Government (lack of) response

November 1st, 2007

On July 25th, cialis sale click a friend of mine sent an email request to his two state representatives:

Representative Leah Vukmir(R)

Senator Jim Sullivan(D)

On July 26, click he received this form email from Senator Sullivan:

Thank you for your recent email. I appreciate your taking the time to
let me know your thoughts, comments and questions.

I wanted to acknowledge that I received your email and I will be
responding to your concern shortly. If you live in the 5th Senate
District please email me your address so that we can respond faster.

Thank you again for contacting my office. If you need assistance with
any other state issue please do not hesitate contacting me or my office
again.

Sincerely,

Jim Sullivan
State Senator
5th Senate District

My friend has yet to receive a substantive response from either of his representatives.

It’s nice to know that, in Wisconsin, ignoring constituents is a bipartisan activity.

Entry Filed under: Milwaukee,Politics

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Nick  |  November 1st, 2007 at 9:18 am

    I gave up one trying to email Rep. Sensenbrenner. I think he only responds to correspondence delivered by pony.

  • 2. The Asian Badger  |  November 1st, 2007 at 9:57 am

    I have always received quick replies from my Rep., Rich Zipperer. About 50% of the time, he follows up with a phone call. My state Sen., Kanavas, is always very timely with his replies as well.

    I have always received fairly quick replies from Sensenbrenner, too.

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