WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas) reported the poll results from the monthly telephone town hall his office conducted Tuesday for constituents.
During these live telephone town hall events, Congressman Huelskamp invites the listeners to participate in an unscientific survey by answering several poll questions. Below are the results of the poll questions asked during the May 21, 2013 telephone town hall.
In Tuesday’s telephone town hall poll, 88 percent of 905 respondents (nearly 9 in 10) approved of Tim Huelskamp’s work as their Representative in Congress.
“Kansans in the Big First District hired me to serve them in Congress, and it is my honor and privilege to do so. I’m encouraged to know my representation of their interests in Washington has not gone unnoticed. In fact, this performance evaluation is the highest approval rating (88 percent ) I’ve ever received. Additionally, it is clear that Kansans demand answers from and further investigation of this Administration in regards to the Benghazi affair and the IRS’ illicit targeting.”
• Last night’s poll also found that 92 percent of Big First District respondents think Congress should create a Select Committee to investigate the Benghazi affair.
• Also, 95 percent of Kansas respondents think Congress should continue investigating the IRS until those officials responsible for the political targeting are identified and held accountable.
These bipartisan telephone town hall events are attended by constituents of all ideological and partisan persuasions, and all constituents on the call are invited to participate in the poll. If you reside in the First District of Kansas and have not received telephone calls inviting you to participate in Congressman Huelskamp’s monthly telephone town halls, please contact his Washington D.C. office, (202) 225-2715.
Congressman Tim Huelskamp represents the First District of Kansas in the U.S. House of Representatives.
In addition to his membership on the Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Rep. Huelskamp serves on the Small Business Committee, the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade, the Subcommittee on Health and Technology, and the Subcommittee on Contracting and Workforce.