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Congressman Comer will hold town halls in Edmonton and Albany

By Michael Gossum
News from Congressman James Comer's Office

TOMPKINSVILLE, KY - Congressman James Comer will host two town hall forums next week in the local area:
  • 3pmCT, Thu 11 May 2017 - Clinton County Town Hall, Clinton County Courthouse - Upstairs Courtroom - 100 Cross Street, Albany, KY
  • 9amCT, Fri 12 May 2017 - Metcalfe County Town Hall, Metcalfe County Judicial Center, 201 E Stockton Street, Edmonton, KY
The two town halls are in addition to meetings forums planned for Franklin and Calhoun. The Congressman has already held town hall events in 12 counties so far this year. This next tour will bring the total number of counties to 16. Rep. Comer will host a town hall in all 35 first district counties by the end of the year.

This story was posted on 2017-05-04 06:51:37
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