Senator Pettyjohn asks for help with survey

GEORGETOWN – State Senator Brian Pettyjohn, representing the 19th Senatorial district, is asking local residents to take part in his recently released annual survey of constituents.

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State Sen. Brian Pettyjohn is seeking constituent assistance in his survey.

The issues in the survey specifically focus on the 19th Senatorial district; however, feedback from residents throughout the state is welcome.

Sen. Pettyjohn asks that people be honest in their responses; especially those dealing with place of residence, as he often makes follow up calls in response to questions asked.

“I know how valuable your time is, and I truly appreciate the opportunity to gain additional insight to the issues that matter to you,” said Sen. Pettyjohn.  “It’s an honor to serve the people of the 19th district, and I always welcome your feedback.  Two-way communication is key to achieving any success.”

To participate in the survey visit:

If you prefer to have a hard copy of the survey mailed to you, please call Patricia Anderson at 302-744-4197.

As always, Sen. Pettyjohn is available for answering questions at .


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