Below is the contact information for Congressman Hoyer’s offices. My staff work hard to serve the constituent of Maryland’s 5th District and are available to take your comments and help you with any problems that you have as it relates to the federal government. As a Congressional courtesy I am only able to help those people who reside within Maryland’s 5th district, if you are unsure who your congressman is please enter your zip code here. If you live elsewhere, and would like to contact Congressman Hoyer in his position of Democratic Whip, please use his Democratic Whip website. Also, there are separate web forms if you are a constituent of Congressman Hoyer and are looking for information about requesting a flag flown over the Capitol or would like to request a tour.
If you need assistance with a personal case issue, in accordance with the Federal Privacy Act of 1974, we must have a signed privacy release form outlining your problem or a signed letter which clearly states your issue. This provides our office permission to look into the matter on your behalf. Please send the SIGNED release form or letter to the appropriate District Office via US Postal Service, fax or deliver it in person. WE CAN NOT ACCEPT EMAILS FOR CASEWORK ACTION UNLESS THEY HAVE YOUR ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE.
Correspondence has the greatest impact when it is:
Personal Office in Washington DC
The Staff at the Washington Office is here to take your calls, faxes and e-mails about specific issues of legislation that are important to 5th district of Maryland constituents.
1705 Longworth House Office Building
This office also provides the following constituent services:
The staff at the Greenbelt District Office handles the constituent casework of Prince George's, Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties. This office can help with issues ranging from passport problems, immigration issues or other specific casework issues.
U.S. District Courthouse
The staff at the Waldorf District Office handles the constituent casework of Charles and St. Mary's Counties. This office can help with issues ranging from passport problems, immigration issues or other specific casework issues.
401 Post Office Road, Ste. 202
Democratic Whip's Office
Please note that due to security procedures, mail may take up to three weeks to reach my office in Washington.