U.S. House Representative Ander Crenshaw (R-Jacksonville), who represents Baker County in Congress, will be at the University of North Florida on June 28 to update constituents on federal issues along side two other congressmen from Northeast Florida.
The 10 a.m. gathering at UNF’s Adam Herbert University Center will be moderated by Cindy Graves of WBOB radio.
“The [event] is a great opportunity for us to update local residents on federal issues and more importantly to listen to and address their questions and concerns,” said Rep. Crenshaw in a prepared statement. “We can’t do our jobs effectively without knowing what’s on the minds of the people who live in our districts. We’ll discuss progress on policies regarding the economy, jobs, national security, health care, immigration and more. We look forward to answering questions and bringing the feedback we receive directly to the debate on Capitol Hill.”
Rep. Crenshaw represents Florida’s 4th congressional district. The other congressmen featured will be the 6th congressional district’s Rep. Ron DeSantis and the 3rd congressional district’s Ted Yoho. All three are Republicans.
The one hour and thirty minute panel is free and open to the public. According to a press release from Rep. Crenshaw’s office, it will feature discussion on “top federal issues of the day.” Citizens will have an opportunity to submit questions to be answered by the congressmen following the discussion, the release states. It also says any unanswered questions will get responses “by formal correspondence.”
To submit questions prior to the event, please contact Jackie Smith, Rep. Crenshaw’s district director, at (904) 598-0481, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 1061 Riverside Ave. Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32204.