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Information on the U.S. Senate Page Program

rizzle19rizzle19 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited November 2012 in Summer Programs
Hi, I'm extremely interested in applying for the U.S. Senate page program. But, my state's senators do not have any information on their websites. To get more information, should I call their office? Or should I use send an email using the contact section on their website? I live in Colorado, so what would be the chances of being selected? Also, are grades extremely important in being selected? I don't have a stellar GPA, but I'm extremely passionate and hardworking. I want to do this more than anything.
Thanks to anyone who can help!
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Replies to: Information on the U.S. Senate Page Program

  • BraydenslvBraydenslv Registered User Posts: 99 Junior Member
    Hi, rizzle. I just applied today for the fall session. Only up to 30 pages are selected in the nation per session, so as you can see, not every senator gets a page. Mr. Udall has a section for the Page Program, but no contact information. I would try emailing his office. I did the same with Sen. Reid (NV) for mine. Sen. Udall is pretty low on seniority, so I wouldn't get my hopes up. Fingers crossed, though!
  • jrch24jrch24 Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
    Good luck!!!! I would call Senator Udall's office directly to find out more information.
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