HOISINGTON – Congressman Tim Huelskamp hosted one of his nearly 400 Town Halls in Hoisington on Tuesday as he visited the Hoisington Public Library.
Residents gathered to visit with the congressman about the challenges facing Washington, D.C., and to get his take on the latest happenings in the nation’s capital.
From an overview of the last eight years with President Obama, to the massive national debt, the threat of terrorism, the EPA’s over-regulations, all the way down to the school lunch program, attendees got the chance to ask Huelskamp about everything from matters of global importance to local issues. Citizens present indicated they were thankful that Huelskamp has been willing to stand up for conservative principles, even in the face of much pressure from Washington insiders, a statement from Huelskamp’s office said.
“Tim spent an hour listening to concerns and hearing solutions, especially about the corruption in Washington,” the statement reads. “He says he’ll take the ideas from Kansans expressed in his four Town Halls back to Washington.”
Huelskamp also made stops in Phillips, Smith, and Osborne counties Tuesday.