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Congressman James Comer announces town hall schedule

Closest meeting in 7-county area, Taylor County Town Hall Meeting, Campbellsville Civic Center, 205 N Columbia, Avenue, Campbellsville, KY, at 8:30amCT/9:30amET
See list of all upcoming Rep. Comer Town meetings

By Michael Gossum
Communications Director for Congressman James Comer

Tompkinsville, Ky. - Congressman James Comer will host 11 town hall forums in 11 different counties over the next few weeks. They will begin Friday, March 24th in Paducah, and will conclude in Carlisle County on April 19th. Rep. Comer plans to schedule more in different counties throughout the year.

Friday, March 24
10amCT McCracken County Town Hall
Commerce Center Community Room
330 South 3rd Street
Paducah, KY

Monday April 10th
9:30amET Taylor County Town Hall
Campbellsville Civic Center
205 N Columbia Ave
Campbellsville, KY

2:30pmCT Simpson County Town Hall
Simpson County Historical Courthouse
2nd Floor Courtroom
100 N Main Street
Franklin, KY

6pmCT Hopkinsville Farm Bill Listening Session
Hosted by Kentucky Farm Bureau
Hopkinsville Community College
720 North Dr.
Hopkinsville, KY

Tuesday April 11th
4pmCT Lyon County Town Hall
Lyon Co. Courthouse
500 West Dale Ave
Eddyville, KY

Wednesday April 12th
9:30amCT Trigg County Town Hall
Renaissance Center
49 Jefferson St
Cadiz, KY

1:30pmCT Webster County Town Hall
Webster County Extension Office
1118 US Hwy 41 South
Dixon, KY

Thursday April 13th
3pmCT Ohio County Town Hall
Ohio County Community Center Auditorium
130 East Washington
Hartford, KY

Monday April 17th
4pmCT Union County Town Hall
Union County Job Corps Center
2302 US-60
Morganfield, KY

Tuesday April 18th
4pmCT Hopkins County Town Hall
Hopkins County Fiscal Court Room
56 N. Main Street
Madisonville, KY

Wednesday April 19th
9:30amCT Carlisle County Town Hall
Carlisle County Extension Office
65 John Roberts Drive
Bardwell, KY


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