Burr Launches Official Senate Website

Interactive online office will offer constituent services

May 25, 2005

Senator Richard Burr today launched his official United States Senate website. North Carolinians will be able to contact Senator Burr, read about his work in Washington and North Carolina, plan visits to Washington and utilize an interactive Constituent Services section on a website that is easy to navigate. The website may be found at https://www.burr.senate.gov.

"Each visitor to my online office will find something useful," Senator Burr said. "The information and services offered on my website will connect North Carolinians to my work in Washington. Most importantly, all North Carolinians will be able to contact me through my website and express their thoughts and concerns about any issue."

The web form will allow constituents to contact Senator Burr about any issue facing North Carolina or the Nation.

Visitors to Senator Burr's website will be able to track all of the Senator's work in Washington and North Carolina, including speeches delivered on the Senate floor and legislation sponsored by Senator Burr.

North Carolinians planning a trip to Washington, D.C., will be able to request information about tourist sites around Washington and schedule tours of the White House, U.S. Capitol and the many museums and monuments around our Nation's Capital. In addition, North Carolina constituents will be able to request American flags flown over the United States Capitol.

North Carolina students will benefit from resources available on Senator Burr's website as well. The Students' Page features information on internships and military academy nominations, as well as a history of the U.S. Senate.