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How May I Help You?

If you are a constituent of the 5th District of North Carolina, our office can assist you with matters involving Federal agencies. We also provide tour passes for visitors to Washington, D.C. and can arrange to have a flag flown for you over the U.S. Capitol building. Please check out the links below.

For help with a Federal agency, please visit my page here. For frequently asked questions about assistance with a Federal agency, please visit here.

For information on local governments throughout the 5th District, please visit here.

Consumer Protection Guide
Learn about ways to protect yourself from fraud, scams, and identity theft. Stop spam, junk mail and political robo calls. Sign up for the National Do-Not-Call Registry.

Assistance with a Federal Agency
Request assistance with federal government agencies. To avoid delays, please contact the Clemmons District Office only at (336) 778-0211.

Help with Federal Grants
List of information available from both government and private entities who offer financing to individuals, businesses and state and local governments.

Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about the services we offer, Congress, and other topics.

Help for Seniors
Learn more about important issues for Senior Citizens in the Fifth District.

Information and application for all internship opportunities both in the Washington, D.C., Dallas, N.C., and Boone, N.C. offices.

Obtaining or Renewing Passports
Information and links on obtaining Passports and traveling oversees.

Presidential Greetings
Request a Presidential Greeting from the White House for Birthdays, Wedding Anniversaries, and Eagle/Girl Scout awards.

Register to Vote
List of information and links to register to vote in North Carolina.

Request an American Flag
Request to have a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol.

Service Academy Nominations
Find out how to be considered for an appointment to a service academy.

Students and Educators
Helpful information for both students and educators. Includes teaching tools, student leadership opportunities and information on the Teacher in Congress Internship.

Visiting D.C.
An excellent resource for planning your trip to our Nation's Capital. Request a tour here.

North Carolina State Government

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