Share Your Ideas With MO Sen Claire McCaskill

“Kitchen Table Talk” in St. Louis at the St. Louis Public Library – Buder Branch (4401 Hampton Avenue) from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The purpose of this meeting is to reach out to you, to listen to your thoughts and ideas about federal policies and legislation and to take them back to the Senator.

Invitation,

My name is Brendan Fahey and I am a staff member for U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill. On Wednesday, May 25, 2011, on behalf of the Senator, I will be hosting a “Kitchen Table Talk” in St. Louis at the St. Louis Public Library – Buder Branch (4401 Hampton Avenue) from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The purpose of this meeting is to reach out to you, to listen to your thoughts and ideas about federal policies and legislation and to take them back to the Senator.

These “Kitchen Table Talks” also serve, in part, to inform you of the services that are available through Senator McCaskill’s regional offices. The Senator’s staff throughout the state are able to assist you on a range of federal government issues. If you are currently having an issue with a federal agency, I will be happy to discuss that with you and put you in touch with the member of the Senator’s staff best suited to help with your issue.

Should you have any questions, please contact me at Brendan_Fahey@mccaskill.senate.gov or by calling (314) 367-1364. I hope you will be able to join me in St. Louis on May 25th.

Sincerely,

Brendan Fahey
Field Representative
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill

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One thought on “Share Your Ideas With MO Sen Claire McCaskill”

  1. Well James, why don’t you voluntarily pay higher taxes? You can send a check to the us treasury? As for me, I’m tired of corporate welfare (see Warren Buffett’s company even cheats on their taxes)for GM and banks and GE/msnbc and for politicians (martha’s vineyard) to take lavish vacations.

    I’m part of america that is too poor to pay taxes and even I think rich people pay too much! Even if you took every dollar that every billionaire in the US had, it wouldn’t cover our 14 trillion dollar deficit!! TRILLION deficit.

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