Source: United States House of Representatives – Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06)
November 8, 2019
WASHINGTON – Congressman Ben Cline (VA-06) released the following statement after holding his nineteenth town hall meeting.
While running for Congress, Cline assured voters that he would hold a town hall in each of the Sixth District’s nineteen counties and independent cities prior to the end of his first year in office.
After holding his first town hall in Roanoke City, Cline regularly held such forums throughout the District, and fulfilled his promise this week in Waynesboro, Virginia.
“Being accessible to the citizens of the Sixth District is one of my most important responsibilities as Congressman,” Cline said. “I always appreciate the opportunity to hear from constituents about the issues that matter most to them. Whether it’s about jobs and the economy, trade and foreign affairs, or transportation and I-81, I want to do the best job I can representing the views of the residents of the Sixth District. I look forward to holding additional town halls in the future and continuing to meet with the hard-working people of Virginia’s Sixth Congressional District.”
Congressman Ben Cline was sworn in as the new Congressman for the Sixth Congressional District of Virginia in January of 2019. He was an attorney in private practice and served both as an assistant prosecutor and Member of the Virginia House of Delegates prior to his election last November. Cline and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Botetourt with their two children.