Maybe you're even aware of their committee work.
But much of what goes on in the typical congressional office is correspondence with constituents (letter-writers complaining or asking for the lawmaker's position on such-and-such). And then there's the case work. Someone needs help with their disability or veterans benefits claim. Somebody wants a letter of recommendation for their application to one of the service academies, help with a federal permit or something of that nature.
In a big state like Florida, a senator needs offices in several of the major cities to do this sort of thing effectively. And Marco Rubio's office in Tampa, where he has two staffers who do work for constituents in several nearby counties, is being kicked out as of Friday because of the protesters who have been occupying the space outside every week since the 2016 election.
The owner of Bridgeport Center, a gleaming, nine-story office center at 5201 Kennedy Blvd., notified Rubio's office on Feb. 1 that it will not renew its lease.Read more at WashingtonExaminer