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Rep. James Comer announces 3 more Town Hall Forums

Congressman Comer will have visited 29 of the 35 counties in his district with a visit to Burkesville, KY on Saturday, September 1, 2017. His Goal is to have visited First District counties by the end of 2017.
Click on headline for complete tour schedule for Caldwell, Henderson, and Hickman Counties

By Michael Gossum
Communications Director for Congressman James Comer

TOMPKINSVILLE, KY - Congressman James Comer (KY-01) will host three town hall forums across the district in the coming week. The Congressman has already held town hall events in 26 counties so far, this year.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 11amCT
Muhlenberg County Town Hall
Muhlenberg County Judicial Building
136 S Main Street
Greenville, KY
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 3pmCT
Crittenden County Town Hall
Crittenden County Ed Tech Building
200 Industrial Drive
Marion, KY
Saturday, September 1, 2017, at 9amCT
Cumberland County Town Hall
Cumberland County High School
912 N Main Street
Burkesville, KY
With the foregoing tour the total number of counties visited by the Congressman will be 29. Rep. Comer will host a town hall in all 35 first district counties by the end of the year.

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