U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) held a Coffee with Cramer town hall with constituents in Devils Lake Friday, where they discussed his overseas recent trip, constituent services, and the news of the day.
“I believe every problem we face can be solved through family discussions over coffee,” said Senator Cramer. “Our country needs to have more family discussions.”
During the event, Senator Cramer heard from veterans seeking assistance in maneuvering through the federal bureaucracy. All constituents are encouraged to go to cramer.senate.gov where they can fill out a request for help with a federal agency. They can also contact the Senator’s state offices to speak with a regional representative.
Constituents also asked questions on gun reform, medical bills, tribal law enforcement, and ways to elevate civil discourse in Congress and across the country.
The Coffee with Cramer town hall was also broadcast live on the radio across the state during What’s On Your Mind with host Scott Hennen. Those interested in listening can do so through the show’s archive here. Senator Cramer participates in a weekly radio town hall with Scott Hennen every Friday at 10:00am CT.