Congressman Kim to Return Over $25,000 to U.S. Treasury from House Office Budget
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced his office will return over $25,000 to the U.S. Treasury from his 2019 Congressional budget.
“Part of serving the people of Burlington and Ocean Counties is being a good steward of their hard-earned money,” said Congressman Kim. “Over the last year, I’ve hired more staff in New Jersey than in Washington D.C. so I can focus on our communities, and have used my budget with them in mind. I’ll continue to spend the budget I’ve been given by our taxpayers as carefully and purposefully as possible.”
In addition to returning money to the U.S. Treasury, in his first year, Congressman Kim passed four bills into law, held 15 town halls, visited 42 townships, and helped Burlington and Ocean County residents with more than 1,500 issues with federal agencies such as Medicare, Social Security or the Department of Veterans Affairs.
More information from the Congressman’s 2019 year-end report can be found here.