Over the last month, Paul has held 32 town halls across Kentucky, and thousands of Kentuckians have come out to discuss the issues facing both the Commonwealth and the nation. He will be at Crittenden County Courthouse beginning at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
“After spending the last month traveling across Kentucky for a series of town hall events, I am excited to continue speaking with local communities about the issues facing both Kentucky and our nation," the senator said. "I look forward to the opportunity to personally address each community’s concerns and share what I’m doing in the Senate to work for Kentucky’s best interests.”
The event is free to attend and open to the public and media.
Staff from Paul's Bowling Green office will be in attendance to help members of the community who may need assistance with federal agencies or issues such as Veterans Administration, Social Security, IRS, passports, U.S. Department of Education and military records or medals.
Sen. Paul will also hold town halls next Tuesday and Wednesday in Butler, Muhlenberg, Webster, Hopkins, Henderson, McClean, Daviess and Ohio counties.