Caseworker (politics)

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In politics, a caseworker is a type of legislative staffer responsible for dealing with constituent services - services provided to the constituents of a legislator. Caseworkers often deal with individual or family concerns, such as obtaining social services.

British MPs of the House of Commons employ caseworkers, as do members of the United States Congress.

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