Kaine Launches New Senate Website
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Tim Kaine launched his permanent Senate website today. Through the site, Virginians can contact Kaine to voice their opinions on legislation, access a number of constituent services and seek assistance as they resolve issues with federal agencies.
“This easy-to-use website will allow Virginians to share opinions with me and let my office know how we can help,” said Kaine. “I hope constituents will also use the site to learn more about my travels through the Commonwealth and the legislation I’m working on in Washington to create jobs and strengthen our economy, support our servicemembers and veterans and make important investments in education, workforce training and transportation that will improve the lives of Virginians.”
Site features include:
Write to Tim: Constituents can write to Kaine to share their views on legislative issues and sign up for email updates about topics that interest them.
Help with Federal Agencies: Information on what type of issues Kaine’s office can assist with, helpful resources and forms for opening an agency assistance case.
Constituent Services: Information for Virginians interested in Senate internships and the Page program, veterans services, academy nominations, grant information, requests for special recognitions letters, tour requests, flag requests and a full staff directory.
Spanish Language Pages: Extensive information in Spanish including positions on legislative issues, information on federal agency assistance, forms to open an agency assistance case and a contact form to share views on legislative issues.
Legislative Issues: Kaine’s positions on legislative issues, a comprehensive list of legislation he has sponsored and co-sponsored and his voting record.
Tim’s Travels: Interactive map to highlight some of Kaine’s stops across the Commonwealth.
About Virginia: Information about the Commonwealth including Kaine's highlights of his favorite things about Virginia, state facts and a list of the Virginia delegation.
Commonwealth Connection: Stories and photos from our staff around Virginia including updates from Kaine's travels on the road.
Smartphone Optimized: The website is optimized for use on all computers and mobile devices, including tablets and smartphones.
The website can be found at www.kaine.senate.gov.