WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) released a new installment of his “Correspondence from the Commute” video series on Wednesday, responding to Delawareans who’ve written to him on a variety of issues, including unemployment insurance, manufacturing jobs, and campaign finance. Senator Coons recorded nine new personalized video messages in April on an Amtrak train from Wilmington to Washington. This is the tenth installment of the video series since its launch in February 2011.
“Listening and responding to the concerns of Delawareans is my most important job as a U.S. Senator,” Senator Coons said. “Each week, my office receives thousands of calls and letters from Delawareans sharing their thoughts about the issues that matter to them. The ideas and opinions of Delawareans play an important role in every decision I make here in the Senate, and I’m deeply grateful for their engagement. I hope they’ll continue to contact me so we can keep up this thoughtful and productive exchange.”
Videos released today include replies to:
You can watch a full playlist here: http://bit.ly/1s3mwmH
Delawareans are encouraged to express their opinions and submit questions for Senator Coons online at http://coons.senate.gov/contact/ or via mail to 127A Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510.