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Governor Kelly to visit Nemaha Co Monday
06/21/2019
 

(KMZA)--Kansas Governor Laura Kelly will visit Nemaha County Monday, June 24.

According to a news release from Nemaha County Democratic Chairperson Jolene Bloom, the Democratic governor will speak at the Nemaha County Community Building in Seneca Monday evening at 6:00.

Bloom said families are invited to attend and meet Governor Kelly as she shares her thoughts on the 2019 Kansas Legislative session, followed with “ questions and answers” by the public.  

The doors will open at 5:00,  Bloom says area residents are invited to drop by an enjoy some light refreshments before Governor Kelly appearance.  

No RSVP is required, and there is no admission charge.

Registration of new voters will be offered by the Nemaha County Clerk’s  Office during her visit.

 

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