Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting Senator Jacky Rosen’s website. Protecting the personal privacy of individuals who use the Internet is important to Senator Rosen. Here you can read about the policies in place to safeguard the privacy of individuals who visit this website.

Personal Information

Senator Rosen’s website stores certain information about your visit for site management and security purposes. The information on the contact form will be used to respond to you about the matter on which you expressed your views, or to provide casework assistance regarding problems you may be experiencing with a federal government agency. This information will be available to members of Senator Rosen’s staff so they can help in responding to your message or request.

Senator Rosen’s staff tabulates comments received through this website concerning legislation and government policy issues. Occasionally there is a comment made by a constituent or a situation described by a constituent that makes a point of such general interest that I may refer to it in a speech, include it in the Congressional Record, or make some other use of it, either in connection with debate in the Senate or by sharing it with the relevant government agency. Senator Rosen staff makes every effort in such cases to contact the author first, and no personally identifying information will be shared. If you intend your message to be confidential and would prefer that it not be used in such a way, please feel free to include your preference in the message so the staff can respect your wishes and see that your views are held entirely within her office.

Federal Agency Assistance

If you are seeking help with a federal agency, Senator Rosen’s office may request a signed Request for Assistance/Privacy Release form from you. Once we are in receipt of your form, Senator Rosen’s staff may share the information you have provided.  Senator Rosen’s office will not share nonpublic information submitted to it 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 suggest a risk to health or safety.

In order to enable the U.S. Senate to make its web sites more useful to visitors, some user information is collected by the Senate and stored automatically. If you would like to read the Senate’s complete privacy policy, you may find it here.

Links to Other Sites

Senator Rosen’s website has links to other useful sites on the Internet, including sites of other government agencies and sites relating to Nevada. When you leave Senator Rosen’s website, you will need to consult the privacy policy of the site you are visiting.