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Washington, D.C. — The Washington, D.C. and North Carolina offices of the Ninth Congressional District of North Carolina are open to serve the people of the District under the supervision of the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

Staff members will be on the House payroll under the supervision of the Clerk of the House to receive and undertake constituent casework, help in resolving issues with federal agencies, provide general status information on pending legislation and offer other general constituent services provided by House offices.  The Clerk of the House is Cheryl L. Johnson.

Typical services include assistance with passports, Veterans benefits, Social Security, Medicare, IRS, and tours of the U.S. Capitol and White House.

The Washington, D.C. and Monroe, N.C. offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to accommodate Congressional business.  Under House rules, the Clerk manages the offices when a Member dies, resigns, or is expelled, or in the event a vacancy is declared by the House because of the incapacity of the person representing such district or other reason.  This authority, which does not include voting representation, continues until a successor is elected.  This is the third vacancy to occur during the 116th Congress.

The Washington office is located at 132 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515, telephone 202-225-1976.  Mail addressed to the Office of the Ninth Congressional District of North Carolina will be delivered through the internal House mail distribution system.

The district office is located in the Historic Union County Courthouse at 300 N. Main Street, Monroe, North Carolina, 28112, telephone 704-218-5300.  Due to upcoming renovations, visitors are asked to use the Hayne St. entrance.