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Comer Town Hall meeting, Tompkinsville, Friday fulfills vow

Promise was to hold Town Forums in all 35 First District Counties before the end of 2017. That will happen with the last forum in Congressman Comer's hometown, Tompkinsville, KY, on Friday, November 17, 2017

By Michael Gossum

Tompkinsville, KY - Congressman James Comer (KY-01) will host his 35th town hall forum in his home county of Monroe later this week. The Congressman has already held town hall events in 34 counties across the district.


"It's important for me to be out in the community, listening to the concerns of my constituents. It's why I had a goal to host a town hall in all 35 first district counties in my first year in office. This Friday I'm proud to say I will have completed that goal, because the needs of the people of the first district is of the utmost importance to me," said Congressman Comer.

The Town Hall meeting will be held Friday November 17th, at 3pmCT in the Monroe County Town Hall, Old Courtroom at the Monroe County Courthouse, 200 N. Main St., Tompkinsville, KY.


This story was posted on 2017-11-15 09:41:56
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