Amodei launches new website
February 2, 2012
Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev. today announced the launch of his website, Amodei.house.gov.
“It’s exciting to be able to offer this resource to the constituents of the 2nd District,” said Amodei. “The design is very user-friendly, which is important, because I’m not the most tech-savvy guy. And there’s really something for everybody, including a thorough issues and legislation section, which we plan to update regularly, as well as numerous ways to contact me and my staff.
“Nowadays, there are so many options available for communicating and the goal is to provide Nevadans with a wide variety of ways to stay connected, whether it’s social media, e-mail, e-newsletters, tele-town halls or good old fashioned face to face meetings, which can also be arranged through the website.”
At Amodei.house.gov, constituents may access assistance with academy nominations, federal job postings, federal agencies, internships, passports, Washington, D.C. tours, flag requests and more. In addition to a number of self-service options, the site has contact information and maps for Amodei’s Reno, Elko and Washington, D.C. offices. The site features a new and improved media center for news releases, YouTube videos, and photos, as well as links to Amodei’s official Facebook, RSS and Twitter pages.
“The website and social media aren’t silver bullets, but rather a way to provide even greater accessibility and transparency for my office,” added Amodei.