A Member of the House Agriculture Committee, Kuster shows supports for local small farmers
Warner, NH – This afternoon, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) attended the Warner Fall Foliage Festival to meet with voters, and hear directly from them about the issues on their minds this election season. A member of the House Agriculture Committee, Kuster also visited with the many small, local farmers participating in the festival to discuss what more Congress can do to help our local farms create more jobs and boost the New Hampshire economy.
“I had a great time meeting with voters, talking about the issues, and seeing the amazing work of our local craftsmen and farmers at the Warner Fall Foliage Festival this afternoon,” said Congresswoman Annie Kuster. “We have such talent in the Granite State, and I was so impressed by the work I saw at today’s festival. What’s more, our local farmers are working hard to bring us healthy, locally sourced food, contribute to our economy, and create more jobs for our workers. During today’s festival, I talked with local artisans and farmers about what more we in Congress can do to support their success, and I pledged to never stop fighting for them in Washington – all while enjoying the beautiful fall weather and spectacular foliage. We really do live in the best state in the country!”
Congresswoman Annie Kuster is running for reelection in the Second Congressional District. She has made fighting for small businesses and the local economy her number one priority since taking office.