Jim Moran is refusing to do constituent services because he’s retiring

An 8th District resident forwarded us an email that he received from Jim Moran after he made a constituent services request. Apparently, Jim Moran has decided that he can retire early from serving constituents.

The email says that because he’s retiring, constituents should contact the offices of Virginia’s two senators if they need anything. We’ve heard from a number of other 8th District residents who say they have gotten similar refusals to do work.

Jim Moran is still a congressman until January 2015. If Jim Moran no longer wants to do his job, he should do his constituents a favor and resign now instead of sitting around collecting his taxpayer-funded paychecks for two and a half more months.

From: “Congressman Jim Moran” <jimmoran@mail.house.gov>
Date: Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 1:58 PM
Subject: Congressman Jim Moran <jimmoran@mail.house.gov>

Thank you for contacting my office. As you know, I am retiring after 24 years serving the 8th District of Virginia in Congress.

If your correspondence is regarding:

For personal casework, I recommend you contact the office of Senator Mark Warner at(703) 442-0670 or Senator Tim Kaine at (703) 361-3192.

If you have passports and tourist visas requests please contact my District Office at (703) 971-4700.

For tour requests (White House, Capitol, etc.), please contact my Capitol Hill office at (202) 225-4376. We are unable to process tour requests made after November 1st, 2014.

Should you have any other concerns, please contact my District Office at (703) 971-4700.

It has been an honor and privilege to represent you in Congress.  Thank you again for contacting me.

James P. Moran

If you’ve gotten a similar response from Moran, let us know in the comments or at retirejimmoran@gmail.com.

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