- How do I contact Congressman Cleaver?
- What committees does the Congressman sit on?
- What area of Missouri does the Congressman represent?
- How can I schedule a meeting with the Congressman?
- What tours does the Congressman’s office provide?
- What constituent services does the Congressman offer?
- How can I get a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol?
- What is the Congressman’s position on issues?
- Where can I search for bills handled by Congress?
- How can I get an internship in the Congressman’s office?
A: There are several ways to contact Congressman Cleaver. To help us better serve you, please visit our contact page and select the means of contact that best suits your particular need. Click here for contact information.
A: Congressman Cleaver is a member of the House Committee on Financial Services and serves on the following subcommittees:
A: Congressman Cleaver represents Missouri’s Fifth District, which includes most of Jackson County, Missouri and Raymore, Belton and Peculiar in Cass County. All of Kansas City south of the Missouri River, Independence, Raytown, Lee’s Summit, Lone Jack, Grandview, and Sugar Creek are all included in the Fifth District.
A: To schedule a meeting in Washington D.C. please email Justin Thaxton or call 202-225-4535.
In the District, please email Holly Long or call 816-842-4545.
A: Congressman Cleaver’s office is happy to assist with tours of the U.S. Capitol and the White House. Please note that White House tours must be arranged at least four months in advance. Click here for more information on visiting Washington, D.C.
To arrange for a White House tour please contact Parker Low at 202-225-4535.
A: Congressman Cleaver’s office can help with a wide range of constituent services, from locating a lost Social Security check to working through an immigration issue to helping a veteran track down his medals. Click here for more information on the constituent services offered.
A: Congressman Cleaver’s office can arrange to have flags flown over the U.S. Capitol. Please click here for more information.
A: Click here to ask Congressman Cleaver about a position you are interested in or concerned about.
A: The Library of Congress offers a comprehensive online legislative database, called THOMAS, bills handled by Congress can be accessed by clicking here .
A: Congressman Cleaver offers internships to students from the Fifth Congressional District in both the Washington, D.C., Kansas City and Independence District offices. Click here for more information.