Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting my web site. This web site has safeguards in place to protect the privacy of individuals who visit it.

The U.S. Senate collects aggregate data about visits to Senate web sites, such as statistics that show which parts of each web site were visited the most. The following information is also collected when you visit any U.S. Senate web site: the domain from which you access the Senate web site, the date and time of your visit, the pages you visit, and the address of the web site, if any, that provided the link from which you reached the Senate site. This information is gathered only for the purpose of enabling us to improve the online service we provide to visitors of Senate web sites. No individual identifying or personal information (such as your name) is automatically gathered when you visit any Senate web site.

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My website uses Google Analytics to collect information on how often users visit this site, which pages they visit, and how they are referred to the site, in order to provide a useful and helpful website to constituents. The data is automatically sent to Google’s systems using cookies and Google aggregates it. Neither I nor Google have access to your personal identification information. My staff can only see aggregate data for all users. If you have any questions about Google Analytics,  click here for the Google Analytics Terms of Service and click here for Google’s privacy policy

The web site does allow you to send me an electronic mail message expressing your views or concerns. I use this information provided by you to respond to your comments, questions and concerns. This information will be available to members of my staff so they can assist me in responding to your message. This web site also allows you to sign up for a monthly email update from my office. My office will not share nonpublic information submitted to this office with any organization or individual outside the Senate, other than to address constituent casework at your request, or in connection with a legal proceeding or investigation, or if the communications are potentially unlawful, or pose a risk to health or safety.