MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - After promising to hold 13 town hall meetings throughout the month, Congressman Tim Huelskamp stopped by Manhattan Friday.
Rows of people gathered in the Manhattan Public Library auditorium to express concerns and ask him questions.
Many showed concerns with problems small business owners are facing, and some brought up the issue of gay marriage, which Huelskamp does not support.
He stressed to the crowd his want for job creation and lowering spending.
Throughout his two years in congress, Huelskamp has hosted 180 town hall meetings across Kansas.
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