More on District Outreach
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA – Recently, U.S. Representative Rob Woodall hosted his annual Congressional Art Competition Exhibition and Reception at The Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for Art & Learning in Duluth.
For millions of Americans around the world, the past few days and upcoming week are special and represent a holy season. As friends, family, and loved ones come together to celebrate Passover and Easter, we can reflect as a nation on the strength we draw from the diversity of our neighbors and fellow Americans. It’s been a privilege to spend this past week reflecting on this time with those in the exceptional communities of Georgia’s 7th District.
Last week, the House Budget Committee met for back-to-back hearings to review President Trump’s policy priorities from his FY2020 funding request, A Budget for a Better America.
If you are a budget enthusiast like me, then last week was an exciting time for both of us as the President kicked off Budget Week by submitting his funding request for the 2020 fiscal year. While it is ultimately the job of Congress to develop the nation’s budget, the President’s request is a chance for us to see where his priorities are for the upcoming fiscal year.
WASHINGTON, DC – On Thursday, March 14, elected officials from Forsyth County, including Congressman Woodall, will host a town hall meeting in an effort to provide constituents with first-hand information about what is happening in the U.S. House of Representatives as well as under Georgia’s Gold Dome and locally in Forsyth County. The event will include elected officials from each of Forsyth County’s various levels of government and the opportunity for residents to get updates and provide feedback to their elected officials.