The event, which will open with a short introduction from Congressman Stewart before turning the discussion over to the audience, is free, and the public is encouraged to attend.
This is Congressman Stewart’s second time on campus and his elected district since being elected, and according to the Leavitt Center’s executive director, Eric Kirby, “it is our chance to hold our elected official accountable and receive a direct report from Congressman Stewart on what he has done with our votes.”
Topics addressed during the event will be solely based upon the questions asked and can range from international to local concerns.
“I hope that all will come and attend this meeting because this is a great chance for me to hear your views about the critical issues facing our nation,” said Congressman Stewart. “Whether you want to voice concerns about public lands, the budget or national security, your views are important, and I want to hear them.”
Representative Stewart is a New York Times best-selling author, world record-setting Air Force pilot and a small business owner. This is his first term as a U.S. Congressman, representing Utah’s second congressional district, which covers the majority of southern and western Utah.
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