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We are here to serve the residents of the 4thCongressional District. Click here for our staff directory. Click here to email Congressman McClintock.

We can be reached at (916) 786-5560 or (202) 225-2511

Washington Office

2331 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2511
Fax: (202) 225-5444

California Office

8700Auburn-Folsom Road, Suite 100
Granite Bay, CA95746
Phone: (916) 786-5560
Fax: (916) 786-6364

 

Legislation

If you’d like to contact me about a legislative issue, please e-mail me; or phone me at (202) 225-2511; or mail me a note.

Help with a problem

If you need help with a government agency or have any other problem that you think I (or my office) can help you with, call my office at (202) 225-2511, or Complete a Federal Agencies Assistance Authorization form and submit it to my office.

Washington, D.C. Tour Requests

If you plan to visit Washington, D.C., and wish to submit a tour request, please fill out and submit this form, or phone us at (202) 225-2511.

Flag Requests

To request a flag flown over the Capitol Building, fill out a request form and mail it in.

Schedule a meeting with me

  • To request a meeting with me in DC, please contact my Capitol Office
  • To request a meeting with me in Granite Bay, California, please contact my District Office

To invite me to speak

If you would like to invite me to speak at an event in the district, let me know the details by e-mail or by calling my office at (202) 225-2511.

Congressional Commendations

As a service to my constituents, my office can provide acknowledgement of special events. Request a congressional commendation.

Presidential Greetings

District Residents can request to receive a greeting from the President of the United States. Request a Presidential Greeting.

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Latest News

The Constitutional Crisis: What To Do?

The constitutional issues involving the President's executive orders on amnesty far transcend the issue of illegal immigration. The President's action strikes at the very heart of our separation of powers. The Constitution reserves to Congress alone the power to enact and alter law, and charges the President with the responsibility to faithfully execute those laws.

Executive Amnesty Prevention Act

This question transcends the issue of illegal immigration. The President's act has crossed a very bright line that separates the American Republic - that prides itself on being a nation of laws and not of men - from those unhappy regimes whose rulers boast that the law is in their mouths.

The Constitutional Crisis

The genius of our Constitution can be found in the separation of powers that has preserved our freedom for 225 years. The American Founders recognized that what had gone so terribly wrong in Europe was that the same organ of government that made the law also enforced that law and adjudicated it.

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Upcoming Events

Staff Satellite Office Hours

Office staff members are available to assist constituents with problems or concerns at satellite office locations held throughout the district.  Anyone wishing to discuss an issue of federal concern is invited to attend one of these satellite office sessions and speak with a member of staff.  For more information, or to reach staff, please call the district office at 916-786-5560.
  
Upcoming Staff Satellite Office Hours for January 2014:
 
Amador County
 
Jackson 
Tuesday, January 27th
9:30 am - 11:00 am
County Administration Center
Conference Room D
810 Court Street
 
Calaveras County
 
San Andreas
Tuesday, January 20th
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Calaveras County Water Agency Conference Room
120 Toma Court
 
El Dorado County
 
Placerville 
Tuesday, January 6th
9:45 am - 11:30 am
El Dorado County Government Center
330 Fair Lane
 
El Dorado Hills 
Tuesday, January 6th
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce
2085 Vine Street, #105
 
Camino 
Thursday, January 8th
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Pollock Pines/Camino Chamber of Commerce
Suite B
4123 Carson Road
 
South Lake Tahoe 
Tuesday, January 20th
9:45 am - 11:30 am
South Lake Tahoe Public Utility District
1275 Meadow Crest Drive
 
Fresno County
 
Auberry 
Thursday, January 8th
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Auberry Library
33049 Auberry Road
Madera County
 
Oakhurst 
Wednesday, January 28th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Yosemite Visitor Bureau Conference Room
40637 Highway 41
 
Coarsegold 
Thursday, January 8th
3:00 pm - 5: 00 pm
Yosemite Lakes Park Clubhouse
30250 Yosemite Springs Parkway
 
Mariposa County
 
Mariposa 
Tuesday, January 6th
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Mariposa County Library 
Conference Room
4978 10th Street
 
Placer County
 
Auburn 
Tuesday, January 6th
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Auburn City Hall
The Rose Room
1225 Lincoln Way
 
Lincoln 
Tuesday, January 13th
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Lincoln City Hall
600 6th Street
 
Rocklin
Tuesday, January 27th
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Rocklin City Hall
3980 Rocklin Road
 
Tuolumne County
 
Sonora 
Tuesday, January 20th
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Small Business Center Conference Room
99 North Washington Street
 
 
For further information on staff satellite office hours, please call 916-786-5560.