During her campaign, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s was dedicated to meeting with voters in the Bronx and promising to represent them in the House of Representatives. But since taking office, she hasn’t been quite as active with constituents as she was on the campaign trail. However, AOC is reassuring her base that there will more chances to meet down the road.

The topic came up when Ocasio-Cortez met with 17 constituents at a New York Library on Thursday to talk about rising rent costs. It was there she took the chance to explain the lack of accessibility.

She told the New York Post, “Right now we're just taking these baby steps and adapting according to community feedback.”

It’s worth noting that AOC has opened an office in Queens, though availability is still up in the air.

She continued, saying, “We don’t want to be too concrete, we adapt to the feedback of the community, so if we hear that folks want more evening hours we’re happy to do that.”

But she did stress for anyone interested in meeting her to follow her on Twitter, where she has amassed 3.26 million followers. AOC will be posting updates about upcoming events she will be attending and chances to meet with her.

She did make it clear, though, that she couldn’t supply a full schedule for upcoming events. A major reason for this has been the numerous death threats she has been receiving over the last few months.

“Due to safety reasons I’m not allowed to, so Capitol Police, uh, yeah, it’s intense, so, Capitol Police recommend that we don’t give specific details about where we will be and when too far in advance,” she told the New York Post. AOC constituents AOC addresses her lack of access to constituents since taking office. Alexandrai Ocasio-Cortez and Rachel Lears attend the "Knock Down The House" premiere at SXSW Conference and Festivals at Paramount Theatre on March 10, 2019 in Austin. Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images