Reed’s office opens 5,000 constituent case
Congressman Tom Reed’s office opened its 5,000th constituent case, marking a milestone in constituent service. From his first day in Congress, Congressman Reed has focused on accessibility to assistance for residents throughout the district.
“This isn’t the type of ‘breaking news’ that makes headlines but it is the most important work we do,” Reed said. “There’s a lot of federal bureaucratic red tape out there that prohibits constituents from getting the help and answers they need. Our team is well-versed and ready to help cut through that tape. In addition to our constituent services in the district, we are taking taxpayers’ input from town halls, email and phone calls to Washington to work on ways to eliminate red tape for good. Being available and a resource for constituents is really what representation is all about.”
Those in need of help with federal tax issues, Social Security and Medicare assistance, veteran’s affairs or passport issues, or any other federal agency concerns can contact one of Reed’s offices. Rep. Reed has district offices across the 11-county district in:
Corning, 89 W. Market St., (607) 654-7566
Geneva, 433 Exchange St., (315) 759-5229
Ithaca, 401 E. State St. Suite 304-1, (607) 222-2027
Jamestown, 2 E. Second St. Suite 300, (716) 708-6369
Olean, 1 Bluebird Square, (716) 379-8434
For information on office hours throughout the district, constituents are encouraged to sign up for email updates at, reed.house.gov/contact-me/newsletter.
Reed’s district includes the counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins and Yates.