Joshua Morrison/News Ken Harbaugh, left, listens to a question from Frank Rudrick during Sunday’s town hall at the AMVETS Post 59 in Centerburg. Rudrick posed a question about his concerns with the consolidation and loss of small farms in Central Ohio.

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Ken Harbaugh, left, listens to a question from Frank Rudrick during Sunday’s town hall at the AMVETS Post 59 in Centerburg. Rudrick posed a question about his concerns with the consolidation and loss of small farms in Central Ohio. View more photos

 

CENTERBURG — Ken Harbaugh, a Democratic candidate for Congressional representative of Ohio’s 7th District, held a town hall at the AMVETS 59 post in Centerburg, Sunday.

Harbaugh spoke with voters about his time and family background with military service and explained that he views his candidacy as a “continuation of a lifetime of service.”

During the town hall, attendees were able to ask Harbaugh about a multitude of matters, including veteran services and the prevention of veteran suicide, campaign finance, gerrymandering, being able to trust leadership in Washington D.C., as well as gun laws, preservation of farm land, rising sewer and water rates, violence and prejudice against women and people of color and how Harbaugh intends to make a difference should he be elected.

 

Callan Pugh: 740-397-5333 or callan@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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