State Rep. Stemler urges Indiana House District 71 citizens to contact him

March 14, 2013 Steven R. Stemler

For immediate release:
March 14, 2013

 

INDIANAPOLIS — Citizens of Indiana House District 71 can share their views and opinions about issues now before the Legislature, or gain assistance in dealing with state agencies by contacting the office of State Representative Steven R. Stemler (D–Jeffersonville).

“I need to hear from the people I represent if my work as a state legislator is to be effective,” Stemler said.

“A number of crucial issues come before the Legislature every session,” Stemler added. “Not all legislative proposals carry a high profile or a highly–charged element of emotion, however. I am interested in hearing from citizens on all of these issues, however. This is the reason I am actively seeking opinions and views on all of the issues that come before us here at the Statehouse.”

Stemler noted that one of the most important services his office can provide is in assisting citizens as they utilize the resources of state government.

“Sometimes it’s as simple as providing guidance about whether a particular concern should be addressed at the local, state or federal level of government,” Stemler said. “My staff can provide this type of guidance and will do what it can in order to help the citizens I represent at the Statehouse.”

Stemler and his office can be contacted in one of several ways: by emailing him at h71@in.gov, by calling toll-free 1-800-382-9842, or by mailing a letter to: State Representative Steven R. Stemler / Indiana House of Representatives / 200 W. Washington St. / Indianapolis, IN 46204.