Huelskamp Hosts Town Hall Meetings, Discusses Issues

By: Lindsey Rogers Email
By: Lindsey Rogers Email

JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (WIBW) -- Kansas First District Congressman Tim Huelskamp fielded several questions about NBAF moving to Manhattan and other current issues Tuesday when he met with citizens.

Representative Huelskamp held a town hall meeting at Junction City’s C.L Hoover Opera House Tuesday afternoon.

The Congressman talked about pressing matters in Washington like the fiscal status, debt, spending and overregulation and also took feedback from those in attendance.

“The scandals coming out of this administration should not only be embarrassing but they’re frightening- how the IRS has been misused, Benghazi could have been covered up. We’re trying to get to the bottom of that because I think Kansas, indeed all Americans, deserve to know what really happened over at the IRS, what really happened over at the embassy in Libya and numerous other places,” Rep. Huelskamp told WIBW.

He also met with Kansans in Clay County Tuesday, continuing his tradition of hosting at least one town hall every year in each of the 63 counties he represents.

“While much of Washington continues to lose its way, I look forward to spending time with Kansans at town halls all across the Big First District. These town hall meetings allow me listen to Kansans’ concerns and equip me to take their common sense solutions back to Washington,” he said in a statement.


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