Rep. Susan Davis Invites Constituents to Sign up for her E-Newsletter, Follow Her on Facebook

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Stay in the know! Congresswoman Susan Davis is encouraging her constituents, especially those who are new to the 53rd Congressional District, to sign up to receive her E-Newsletter and to follow her on Facebook.

“My Facebook page is an opportunity for constituents to engage with me on a daily basis,” said Davis. “If someone is interested in following what’s happening in Congress, where I am in the district, or who I am meeting with, then liking my Facebook page would be a valuable resource for them. If a person is looking for more extensive information, then signing up for my E-News will be sure to keep them in the loop.”

Interested individuals can go to Rep. Susan Davis's Facebook Page and click the “Like” button on the right. Davis’s posts on Facebook will then appear in their News Feeds.  Hundreds, if not thousands, of her Facebook followers engage Davis everyday on the myriad of issues facing the nation and the San Diego region.

Rep. Davis sends out an E-Newsletter on a regular basis that includes updates on legislation before Congress, events she attends in her district, invitations to events for constituents, and job notifications.  To sign up for the E-News go to the sign up page on her website.

As a member of the House of Representatives, outreach and communication has always been a top priority for Davis.  Her Facebook page and E-News are part of her extensive effort to stay in touch with her constituents, which also includes holding regular telephone townhall meetings, constituent correspondence, and maintaining her congressional website.

People can see if they are in the new district here.

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