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Congresswoman Watson Coleman Announces Re-Opening of Plainfield Satellite Office

Bonnie Watson Coleman Credits: United States Congress

PLAINFIELD, NJ - Today, Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman announced the reopening of her mobile office in Plainfield beginning Wednesday, March 1. This office, open on the firstWednesday of each month, serves as an extension of her Ewing district office and will be housed in the City Hall building.


This mobile office is dedicated to assisting residents across New Jersey’s twelfth congressional district with a variety of federal matters and providing area residents with convenient access to all their elected officials and the services they provide. The mobile office is located in Plainfield’s City Hall at 515 Watchung Avenue, 2nd Floor, Room 205, Plainfield, NJ 07060.


“I work tirelessly while in Washington to ensure that the concerns and needs of my constituents are met. The re-opening of this mobile office will ensure that across our wide district everyone has access to the services and support they need,” said Rep. Watson Coleman. “I am thankful to the government of Plainfield for allowing us to work in tandem and hear the countless ideas, tackle challenges and meet our goals for the twelfth district.”


The twelfth Congressional District serves over 730,000 constituents throughout parts of Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset and Union Counties. There are no appointments needed, but for assistance or questions, please call the office at (609) 883-0026, visit us on the web at, or drop in to meet one-on-one with a district representative.

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