Washington, D.C. – In today’s fifth installment of Marco’s Constituent Mail Box video series, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio responds to letters sent by four constituents reflecting the diverse opinions expressed in thousands of letters received this week. For the first time, Rubio also responds to a constituent’s letter in Spanish.
Today’s video focuses on letters from Elizabeth in St. Petersburg, Ron in Tallahassee, Susan in Oxford and Elaine in Pensacola. Their letters touch on the debt’s impact on Social Security and unemployment, proposed solutions and general frustration about the dysfunction in Washington. Another letter written in Spanish regarding the debt came from Jose in Naples.
For television stations interested in airing excerpts of today’s response, a broadcast quality video of the English constituent response is available here.
For television stations interested in airing excerpts of today’s response, a broadcast quality video of the Spanish constituent response is available here.
Each week, Senator Rubio receives thousands of letters, emails and phone calls from Floridians voicing their opinions. Through this video series, Rubio will regularly respond to a selection of constituent letters on various topics.