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“This is very beneficial to me, because it’s my best source of information,” Rokita said after the meeting. “I don’t necessarily look at polls and trust them, and I don’t always trust the media. When I can sit eye-to-eye and have a civil conversation and learn from my constituents directly, that’s very helpful to me.”
Fielding questions on everything from the Common Core to immigration, veterans’ benefits and the national debt, U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita (R-4th District) got a closer look at what’s important to the people of Kokomo at a town hall meeting Monday
Rep. Todd Rokita struck a nice balance between the two in a Tuesday afternoon town hall meeting at the DePauw Prindle Institute. The Republican representative expressed some strong opinions against President Barack Obama and other Democrats in Washington.
U.S. Representative Todd Rokita spoke to a group of people at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds during a town hall meeting on Tuesday - See more at: http://www.flyergroup.com/local/x1927915745/Rokita-holds-town-meeting#sthash.QWHO0Q7r.dpuf
Concerned citizens met with U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita Wednesday evening to discuss possible solutions to Lake Freeman’s lowering levels.
While in Washington, the group visited with a number of House offices, including personal meetings with Hoosier Sens. Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats and Reps. Todd Young, Luke Messer and Todd Rokita.
For the summer of 2014, I am interning in Washington, D.C. for Congressman and Wabash alumnus Todd Rokita ’92.
While in Washington, D.C., the group visited with a number of House Offices, including personal meetings with Hoosier Senators Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats and Representatives Todd Young, Luke Messer, and Todd Rokita.
“My blood boils,” said the Indiana Republican, a parent himself, “when you gave an example of how a child can be delivered to a hotel room as easily as ordering a pizza. Protecting children has been and must remain a national priority.”
During a recent hearing called “Lessons from the Frontlines,” we were honored to hear from a panel of witnesses who have made it their life work to confront poverty.