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Thank you for visiting Senator Casey's website

Protecting the personal privacy of individuals who use the internet is important to the Senator, and we appreciate the opportunity to describe to you the policies in place to safeguard the privacy of individuals who visit this site.  If you have questions or concerns about this internet privacy policy, or any other issues involving the internet, Senator Casey wants to hear about them.

The basic internet privacy policy is simple: this website collects no personal information about you when you visit the site, unless you choose to provide that information so the Senator can contact you about an issue you have raised or help you with a problem.  Below you will find more detail about the type of general information that may be gathered when you visit this website and how that information is handled.

Information Collected and Stored Automatically

The U.S. Senate collects aggregate data about visits to Senate websites.  To learn more about the Senate's internet security and privacy policy online, please go to this address:

If You Send Senator Casey Personal Information

Senator Casey's website is set up not to collect your personal information (such as your name) when you visit the site, unless you choose to provide that information to the office.  The website has several online web forms that you can use to contact Senator Casey for various reasons.  Those web forms ask you for your name, address, email address, and other relevant personal information, should you choose to provide it.  Senator Casey's office uses this information to contact you about the matter you expressed and to provide any casework assistance needed regarding problems you may have described.  This information will be available to members of Senator Casey's staff, so they can help him in responding to your message or request.

If you are requesting help with a casework matter, it also may be necessary for Senator Casey's office to share the information you provide, in order to respond to your request.  The office will not share nonpublic information with persons outside the Senate, other than to address constituent casework at your request, or in connection with a legal proceeding or potential investigation, or if the communications are potentially unlawful, or pose a risk to health or safety.

From time to time, the Senator may come across a comment made or a situation described by a constituent in an email, which he feels makes a point of such general interest that he would like to refer to it in a speech, include it in the Congressional Record, or make some other public use of it, either in connection with debate in the Senate or by sharing it with the relevant government agency.  His staff will make every effort in such cases to contact the author first.  If you intend your message to be confidential and would prefer that it not be used in such a way, please feel free to advise the office of your preference in the message.

Site Security

For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, this government computer system employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.  Anyone using this system expressly consents to such monitoring.  Any abuse or unauthorized use of this system could be subject to penalty.

Links to Other Sites

This website has links to other useful sites on the internet, including sites of other government agencies and sites relating to Pennsylvania.  If you follow any link that take you to a location that does not include '' in the address, you will have left the Senate web server and you will need to refer to that site's own privacy policy.