Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I find out how Congressman Culberson voted on recent legislation?
A: As your representative, I am proud to display the votes I take each day. Each week, you can see what bills were voted on in Congress and how I voted, along with a brief explanation, so that you can make an informed decision on what is happening in Congress.
Q: I am having difficulty with a federal agency. How can the Congressman help me?
A: I can help with any problems you may be having with a federal agency, including problems with Social Security, immigration, passports, and veterans affairs. For more information, please visit my casework section on my website or call my Houston office at (713) 682-8828.
Q: Are there certain issues that the Congressman cannot help me with?
A: The Congressman can not intercede in any matter before any court. The Congressman can not intercede in any state, city, county, or municipal government issue.
Q: What Congressional District do I live in?
A: To find out which Congressional District you live in, please visit www.house.gov and enter your zip code.
Q: I am going to visit Washington, D.C. Can Congressman Culberson assist me with tickets for tours of the Capitol, White House, and tourist attractions?
A: Of course. Please visit the Washington D.C. Visitor’s Guide on my website, or contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2571 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the tours I can set up for you and your family while you are visiting our nation’s capital.
Q: How can I let Congressman Culberson know my feelings on issues and legislation?
A: Representing your interests in Congress is my number one priority. You can e-mail me your questions, comments, and concerns, or you can contact me at either my Houston or Washington, D.C. office.
Q: I sent Congressman Culberson a letter with my thoughts on an issue. How long will it be until I can expect a response?
A: As you might imagine, I receive a large volume of mail and e-mail every day. I will respond to each letter I receive as quickly as possible, but response times can vary. Please allow up to four to six weeks to hear back from me.
Q: How can I get a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol?
A: I am proud to offer United States flags at a nominal fee. At your request, your flag can be flown over the U.S. Capitol. To order a flag, please fill out a flag request form, and mail it to my Houston office. Please note that it can take up to four to eight weeks to receive your flag after the date it has been flown.
Q: Does the Congressman offer internships in his Houston and Washington, D.C. offices?
A: Yes, I offer internships in all of my offices for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for recent graduates. For more information, please visit the internship section of my website.
Q: How can I request a meeting with the Congressman or invite him to attend my event?
A: For all scheduling requests, please fax your requests to (202) 225-4381, to the attention of my scheduler.
Q: How can I find out when the Congressman’s next town hall meeting will be held?
A: To learn when my next town hall meeting will be and to receive occasional updates on the work I am doing in Congress, please sign-up for my occasional e-mail updates.
Your Seventh District Congressional Offices:
|10000 Memorial Drive Suite 620||428 Cannon House Office Building|
|Houston, TX 77024||Washington, D.C. 20515|
|Phone: (713) 682-8828||Phone: (202) 225-2571|
|Fax: (713) 680-8070||Fax: (202) 225-4381|