What Is an Example of a Constituency Service?

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Elected officials represent constituents or citizens from an area, so an example of a constituency service is a hotline created by an elected official to address the concerns of hometown voters.

Constituency services include city, state and federal programs as well as grants and alternate funding for projects that invest in local areas. Local services include infrastructure, health care, education and sanitation. Many constituents contact local elected officials, such as senators and representatives of congress; however, constituents can also contact district managers of local community boards, council members, mayors, governors and the President of the United States to request assistance with constituency services.