Posted on December 16, 2003
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander today announced the launch of his new official United States Senate web site to improve constituent services and provide better access to information for Tennesseans. "The new site design allows visitors to interact with my office and learn more about what I am doing in Washington and at home," Alexander said. "I encourage Tennesseans to visit this new site and take advantage of its many resources." The web site offers the latest news on state and federal issues, interesting facts about the Volunteer State and its history, and there is a section dedicated solely to students. Applications for internships and military academies along with order forms for American flags flown over the U.S. Capitol are some of the constituent services offered online. The site also provides a link to the Library of Congress for students and researchers. Additional sections include:
- Voting record and information on key votes;
- Information about legislation the senator sponsors and supports;
- Statements and speeches made by the senator;
- Audio clips;
- Photo gallery; and
- Weekly columns.