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PALO (KWWL) -

Regional Outreach Representatives for Congressman Bruce Braley are traveling Iowa, holding office hours in communities impacted by the recent flooding.

Braley serves in Iowa's First Congressional District.

On Friday, June 7, 2013 his staff will be in Palo and Chelsea. Office hours in Palo will be held from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at Palo City Hall. Office hours in Chelsea will be held from 3-4p.m. but the location has yet to be announced.

Office hours have already been held in Marshalltown, Tama, Vinton, Grinnell and Marengo.

Braley has also created a web page to help Iowans connect with the resources they need. You can find that by clicking here.

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