Doug Jones launches new official website for constituents

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Nearly nine months after being sworn-in to the U.S. Senate, Alabama’s Doug Jones has given his official U.S. Senate website a facelift.

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View of Doug Jones’ updated website. Aug. 31, 2018. [Photo Credit: altoday.com]

On Friday, Jones announced the launch of his new official website that offers services and information for Alabama constituents about the Senator’s legislative priorities, resources for students, help with federal agency casework, information about applying to military service academies and Senate internships, and more.

The new site replaces the introductory website provided to all new senators and features a more extensive and accessible menu of constituent services. 

“Whether I’m working in Alabama or Washington, I need to hear from folks at home about how I can best serve as their voice in the U.S. Senate. My new website will help me stay connected with Alabamians from every corner of the state and keep them informed about what I’m working on for them,” said Jones.

Mindful of his more rural constituents, Jones had the mobile-responsive site designed to limit the data required to view it on a mobile device, in an effort to maximize accessibility.

The newly launched site was designed with a constituent-oriented experience in mind, putting Alabamians’ most frequent requests easily within reach, including:

  • Sharing feedback with Senator Jones
  • Scheduling a meeting
  • Getting help with federal agencies
  • Ordering flags
  • Applying for a nomination to a military service academy.

Constituents will also be able to quickly locate the senator’s local offices and contact information using an interactive Alabama county map on the homepage. And Alabama students and their parents can also explore resources that are available, ranging from internships to financial aid.

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