Rogers County residents lined the hallway eager to shake hands with Congressman Markwayne Mullin Monday.

Mullin was hosting an open house at his new Claremore office, located on the first floor of the Rogers County Courthouse.

Constituents took the opportunity to bend the ear of their congressman—some sharing personal anecdotes of how they know Mullin.

In a previous release, Mullin said, “In order to best serve my constituents in northeast Oklahoma, I have opened a Claremore office at the courthouse in Rogers County.”

He added, “Members of my Claremore team are able to mediate between constituents and federal agencies as well as serve as a point of contact for any questions that relate to the federal government.”

Additionally, Congressman Mullin is hosting a telephone town hall meeting this month. The telephone meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 6:45 p.m.

About the telephone town hall, Mullin said, “ “When I’m in Washington, D.C., I aim to be as accessible as possible to my constituents back home,” Mullin said. “This telephone town hall allows me to provide an update on what’s happening in Washington, take any questions you might have, and get your feedback. I’m looking forward to discussing the issues we’re facing in our country with you.”

Anyone interested in participating can call 877-229-8493, enter the passcode: 111439 to join the call. Participants can also sign up to be called when the event starts by visiting