Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Va. 1) talks about keeping maintaining security on Facebook. (Mary Davidson/PotomacLocal.com)

A U.S. congressman wants to talk to more of his constituents in Woodbridge.

Rep. Rob Wittman (R- Prince William, Stafford) will hold office hours at the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Government Building in Woodbridge on the second Monday of each month.

Here’s more in a notice from the congressman’s office:

Virginia First District Representative Rob Wittman (VA-1) announced today that his staff will host regular monthly mobile office hours in Woodbridge, on the second Monday of each month, beginning on February 10, 2014. Open office hours will be held in the A.J. Ferlazzo Building in Woodbridge from 9 a.m. to noon.

“One of my most important priorities as a representative in the House is to serve the residents of the First Congressional District of Virginia,” Wittman said. “I encourage folks in and around the Woodbridge area to visit with my staff in person, whether they are sharing their thoughts on an issue or if they need help with a federal agency, we are glad to meet them, and provide help if they request it.”

Local residents living in the First District are invited to attend. Services are available to help individual constituents deal with administrative federal agencies, and also to help provide guidance in activities between the federal government and local governments, businesses, communities, and nonprofit organizations.

File photo: Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Va. 1) talks about keeping maintaining security on Facebook. (Mary Davidson/PotomacLocal.com)

4 Responses to “Wittman to Hold Office Hours in Woodbridge, Invites Constituents to Talk” (Leave a Comment)


  1. Jim O'Connor says:

    So Prince William County has 40 percent of the registered voters in the 1st Congressional District and Mr Wittman will grace us with one whole day a month?? Yep — that is real representation.

    • Peete says:

      Woodbridge is not all of Prince William County. I live a few miles north of the Ferlazzo Building along US-1 and I am stuck with Gerry Connolly in the 11th district of VA.

  2. Roger Elmore says:

    Where did this guy come from?

  3. Steve Hyatt says:

    As a resident of Woodbridge, I would like the opportunity to speak to Congressman Wittman, to discuss how insurance companies are selling bad faith auto insurance policies and the impacts to the Virginia policyholder.

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