Sen. Mark Obenshain to open district office in Shenandoah County

mark obenshainSen. Mark Obenshain (R-Rockingham) has opened a legislative district office in Woodstock to serve constituents in the northern part of the 26th Senate District.

“I am excited to expand my ability to provide constituent services by opening this office in Shenandoah County. This will offer another avenue to reach and residents in the northern region of the district,” Obenshain said.

The legislative office will be co- located with Obenshain Law Group at 109 North Main Street, Suite 205 in Woodstock. The legislative office can be reached at (540) 437-1451 or via email at mark@markobenshain.com. Office hours during the course of the year at the Woodstock location will be announced and meetings can be scheduled by appointment. Obenshain will continue to operate his main legislative district office at 420 Neff Avenue, Suite 130 in Harrisonburg.

“I look forward to continuing to serve my constituents from this new office and assisting them with state government and legislative matters,” added Obenshain.

Obenshain represents the 26th District in the Senate of Virginia. The district includes the city of Harrisonburg and the counties of Warren, Shenandoah, Page, Rappahannock and Rockingham (part). He serves as Chairman of the Senate Courts of Justice Committee.

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