Where to meet Congressman Warren Davidson in Butler County this week


U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Troy, will make his rounds to a number of Butler County communities this week.

Davidson says he is using the events to communicate with constituents and inform them on updates regarding his latest legislative work, including the Welfare BRAC Act and the Drain the Swamp Act.

MORE: Opponents walk out of testy town hall with local congressman

This week’s events come on the heels of Davidson’s town hall Tuesday in Clark County.

Events include:

2:45 p.m. today, April 19: Meeting with Oxford residents and Miami University students at LCNB Bank Community Room, 30 W. Park Place in Oxford

Noon Thursday, April 20: Speech to Hamilton Rotary at Courtyard Marriott, 1 Riverfront Plaza in Hamilton

2 p.m. Thursday, April 20: Visit with Veterans Social Command at Mercy Point Church, 3011 Rufus St. in Middletown

11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 22: Speech as part of Americans for Prosperity’s Reform America 2017 tour at Holiday Inn Cincinnati North, 5800 Muhlhauser Road in West Chester Twp.



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