Wyoming’s lone representative in the US House is making her way around the Cowboy State to talk to the people, and this week she visited the North-Central part of the State.
Republican Harriet Hageman held a town hall meeting in Sheridan Wednesday night (March 15th) and held one in Buffalo the night before (March 14th).
She took questions and made statements about a wide variety of issues pertaining to both Wyoming and the country.
While she has gone around to about one-third of the state so far, she says the topics at most of the town hall meetings have been similar, which shows how united Wyoming is.
“They have questions about money going to the Ukraine and what our end goal is there. They have questions about our spending and our budget. There are questions about China buying up farmland in the United States. There are questions about the social issues. The issues we talked about with the sexualization of our children as an example. So I think that what we talked about is pretty similar to what I’ve heard at other town halls, which is people are concerned about the future of our Republic and making sure that we can protect our country from forces both inside and outside that want to do us damage and harm.”
Hageman has scheduled two more town hall meetings Thursday, March 16th, before she heads back to Washington.
She is scheduled to be in Ten Sleep at 10am, and in Greybull at 5:30pm.