Since being sworn into Congress in 2007, Ed has worked hard to be accessible for his constituents. That means hosting regular Government in the Grocery events or Telephone Town Halls as well as other events to provide information, resources and opportunity for the people in the 7th Congressional District. It also means helping constituents when they have a problem working with a federal agency, such as a lost Social Security check or trouble getting a passport. See how Ed and his staff are working on behalf of the people of the 7th District.

From January 2007 to June 2016, Ed has:

• Hosted 90 Government in the Grocery events
• Held 29 Telephone Town Halls
• Hosted 43 roundtable discussions or advisory board meetings
• Held more than 100 other types of events for constituents
• Helped 5,334 constituents with casework
• Sent 47 mail pieces to educate folks about what he’s working on in Washington, DC and Colorado
• Introduced 45 pieces of legislation, 11 resolutions and 10 amendments on behalf of the 7th District and Colorado

In 2015 alone, Ed and his staff:

• Returned $155,686 in owed benefits and savings to Coloradans
• Resolved 479 constituent cases
• Introduced 10 bills into Congress, including 3 measures signed into law
• Sent 90 letters advocating for Colorado and 7th District priorities
• Secured $33 million in grants supporting organizations, research and jobs in the 7th District
• Nominated 22 students to U.S. Service Academies

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