Rubio Answers Constituents' Questions On Unemployment, Infrastructure Spending And Political Impasse
Nov 04 2011
Washington, D.C. – In today’s installment of Marco’s Constituent Mail Box video series, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio responds to letters from Florida constituents concerned with the unemployment crisis, plans for infrastructure spending and dysfunctional Washington politics.
In the first letter, Kenia from Panama City wrote regarding the unemployment crisis in America. She was very discouraged that her husband, a disabled Navy veteran with a 4 year degree, had been struggling for years to get a job. Our second letter came from Kurt in St. Augustine who was dissatisfied with the political impasse in Washington. The last letter came from Luis in Orlando who is concerned about infrastructure spending and upset with Rubio’s vote against the recent stimulus bill.
Each week, Senator Rubio receives thousands of letters, emails and phone calls from Floridians voicing their opinions. Through this video series, Rubio regularly responds to a selection of constituent letters on various topics.