Kuster Holds Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Work in Congress, Hear from Granite Staters
Congresswoman Kuster hearing from constituents in a town hall meeting in Berlin
about the issues important to their families and community.
(Berlin, NH) – Last night, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) held a town hall forum at the Berlin City Hall to discuss her current efforts in Washington and how she can best continue to advocate for Granite Staters’ on the federal level. North Country residents were invited to share their thoughts, concerns, and questions with the Congresswoman about issues facing the region. Joining Kuster was Berlin Mayor Paul Grenier.
“I was so pleased to host a town hall in Berlin, where I heard directly from local residents about the issues that impact them here in the North Country,” said Congresswoman Kuster. “I am committed to supporting our local economy, tourism, and veterans, and I will take the ideas I heard with me to Washington as I continue working across party lines to improve the lives of all people in New Hampshire’s second district.
A lifelong Granite Stater, Kuster recognizes the importance of creating jobs and supporting tourism for the local economy, and she continues her work on these important issues in Washington. During the town hall, Kuster highlighted some of the initiatives she’s advocating for on the federal level to address the concerns of local residents, including ensuring access to affordable, quality healthcare; fighting the opioid epidemic; and making critical improvements to local infrastructure.