Tester Hosts Town Hall Meeting in Great Falls

Senator Talks Public Lands, Veterans’ Affairs, and Foreign Policy With 100 Constituents

(Great Falls, Mont.) – U.S. Senator Jon Tester today hosted a public in-person town hall meeting in Great Falls to hear from local residents.

Tester met face-to-face for over an hour with nearly 100 constituents and answered questions about how to protect Montana’s public lands, reform the VA, and keep America safe from the threat of North Korea.

“I have been hosting in-person town hall meetings across the state to hear directly from Montanans about the biggest issues facing our country,” Tester said. “Everyone deserves a say in our government and it is my job to make sure their voice is heard.”

Tester is the only member of Montana’s Congressional delegation to hold in-person town hall meetings over the past year.

Tester last week held in-person town hall meetings in Kalispell and Sidney.