Coffee with your Congressman


Congressman Mark Walker was in King on Monday, Aug. 15 at Town and Country Grille to discuss a wide range of issues from immigration to rural broadband access. The congressman hopes to continue building relationships in Stokes County in spite of it no longer being in his district beginning next year.


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Congressman Mark Walker was in King on Monday, Aug. 15 at Town and Country Grille to discuss a wide range of issues from immigration to rural broadband access. The congressman hopes to continue building relationships in Stokes County in spite of it no longer being in his district beginning next year.

Congressman Mark Walker was in King on Monday, Aug. 15 at Town and Country Grille to discuss a wide range of issues from immigration to rural broadband access. The congressman hopes to continue building relationships in Stokes County in spite of it no longer being in his district beginning next year.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Walker.jpgCongressman Mark Walker was in King on Monday, Aug. 15 at Town and Country Grille to discuss a wide range of issues from immigration to rural broadband access. The congressman hopes to continue building relationships in Stokes County in spite of it no longer being in his district beginning next year. Courtesy photo
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