Rep. Jim Banks Completes Fourth Town Hall Meeting of New Congress

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Today, Congressman Jim Banks (IN-03) completed his fourth town hall meeting since the beginning of the 116th Congress in January.

Today’s Town Hall Meeting took place in Huntington, which offered residents the chance to ask questions and have an open discussion about developments in Washington and their impact on northeast Indiana.
Yesterday afternoon, Congressman Banks held a similar Town Hall Meeting in the city on Montpelier. You can find photos from both Town Hall Meetings below.
Said Rep. Banks, “Representing the people of northeast Indiana is the honor of a lifetime. Hearing directly from my constituents about the many issues we face as a nation helps me be a better member of Congress. I thank those who have joined us at these four Town Hall Meetings, and I hope to hold more, soon.”
Congressman Jim Banks represents Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District and serves on the House Armed Services Committee, Committee on Veterans Affairs, and Committee on Education and the Workforce. Please direct all press inquiries to