If you are a constituent of the 6th Congressional district and are having difficulty with a government entity, we are here to help. Primarily, my office can serve as your liaison and advocate with federal government agencies. If you cannot get an answer from a federal agency in a timely fashion, or if you feel you have been treated unfairly, my office may be able to help resolve the problem. If you are encountering difficulty with a non-federal entity (state government, local government, or non-governmental services) our ability to intervene is limited but we can still assist by connecting you with the appropriate resources.
We are here to help you navigate your government; if you are unsure whether we can assist you, please do not hesitate to reach out and my staff will determine what we can do to help. While we cannot guarantee you a favorable outcome, I can assure you that we will do everything we can to assist you in a timely and effective manner.
How to Initiate a Request
In order to protect your privacy, we cannot initiate a case until we receive a completed Privacy Act Release Form from you. In accordance with the Privacy Act passed by Congress in 1974, a U.S. Congressional Office cannot release any information regarding your case to any agency or person without your written consent. In addition to fulfilling this legal requirement, my staff also uses the information provided in this Privacy Act Release Form to determine the best course of action to resolve your case.
You may download the Privacy Act Release here. Alternatively, you can contact my District Office and a staff member can email or mail the Privacy Act Release to you. Please complete the Privacy Act Release, print, sign, and return it to my office so we can initiate your case. Please also attach a document describing your problem in as much detail as possible and include any supporting documentation regarding your case, as well as any identification or case numbers.
You can scan and return your completed form via email to MA06.DOIntern1@mail.house.gov including the form as an attachment,
Or, fax your completed form to (978) 224-2270,
Or, return your completed form via mail to:
Congressman Seth Moulton
21 Front Street
Salem, MA 01970
U.S. House of Representative offices are limited to assisting residents of their own congressional district. Seth represents constituents of the Massachusetts 6th Congressional District so if you are from another district you should reach out to your representative. You can find out what Congressional District you live in here or give us a call and we can look up your member for you.
Meet our Casework Team
Director of Constituent Services
Dylan is a Massachusetts native and Salem resident. He has a BS in Political Science from Northeastern University. Dylan joined Team Moulton in early 2015 after serving in Governor Deval Patrick’s administration. He oversees constituent services for Team Moulton, assisting caseworkers with complex cases, improving customer service in our district office, and developing strategic goals for the casework staff.
District Aide and Caseworker
Marven is a Massachusetts native and a resident of Lynn. He has a BS in Political Science from Umass Dartmouth, and has been with Team Moulton since April of 2016. Marven handles casework involving immigration and housing.
District Aide and Caseworker
Anne is a Cleveland native and North Shore transplant. She has a BA in Anthropology from the University of Oxford and an Msc in Political History from the London School of Economics, and has been with Team Moulton since the fall of 2016. She handles casework involving Social Security, Medicare, the IRS, the Post Office, federal student loans, the Department of Labor, and the Office of Personnel Management.
Cameron is with Congressman Moulton’s Office for a 6-month full time coop as a caseworker. He is a third year undergraduate student at Northeastern university, pursuing a BS in Political Science and Criminal Justice. Cameron handles cases involving USPS, FEMA, the Department of Education, the Department of Labor, and other miscellaneous casework.
February 21st, 2018
While we aim to successfully resolve every constituent case, sometimes we are limited in what we can do to help. However, our casework team takes pride in learning from every single unsuccessful case to improve our casework process, and direct our legislative priorities. For example, Ken, a veteran from Saugus, reached out to our team […]
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