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Congressman Comer to host three Town Halls Mon 10 Apr 2017

In Campbellsville, Franklin, and Hopkinsville, KY
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By Michael Gossum
News from Rep. James Comer's office

WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman James Comer begins a bold town hall schedule in the next two weeks. Rep. Comer will host 10 town hall forums in 10 different counties in nine days. They will begin Monday in Taylor County and end April 19th in Carlisle County. The schedule for Monday is listed below.

  • 8:30amCT/9:30amET, Monday April 10 2017. Taylor County Town Hall, at Campbellsville Civic Center, 205 N Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY.

  • 2:30pmCT, Monday April 10 2017. Simpson County Town Hall, at Simpson County Historical Courthouse, 2nd Floor Courtroom, 100 N Main Street, Franklin, KY

  • 06pmCT, Monday April 10 2017.Hopkinsville Farm Bill Listening Session. Hosted by Kentucky Farm Bureau, Hopkinsville Community College, 720 North Drive (campus), Hopkinsville, KY
Rep. Comer plans to have a town hall event in all 35 district counties in his first year.


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Congressman James Comer at Town Forum in Campbellsville, KY



2017-04-10 - Campbellsville Civic Center, 205 N Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY. - Photo by Dr. John Chowning.
Congressman James Comer, (R-1st District KY) held the first of two Town Hall meetings today in Taylor County, KY, at Campbellsville Civic Center, 205 N Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY. Later in the day Congressman Comer traveled to Franklin, KY. He is scheduled to hold a Farm Bill Listening session at 6pmCT, in Hopkinsville, KY.

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