I had an interview on December 22nd for my congressman's nomination committee. I have not heard back yet and I have a question regarding whether it would be appropriate to email his staff member who is in charge of the nomination process and ask him for an approximate date of the release of the nominations. My house had a fire 2 years ago and while my family was living in a rental house, we had our mail forwarded to our new rental address temporarily. Occasionally, some mail gets delivered to our old rental house mistakenly by the Post Office even though we moved back into our house over a year ago. I am fairly certain the MOC notifies via mail from research of previous years. I just want to be sure I have a time frame of delivery so I can contact the other house just in case, as this letter is extremely important. Do you think it would sound too "ancy" to email the staff member regarding the notify date, or is it a normal occurrence for candidates to ask the staff when nominations will be released? Thanks for any insight.