Plymouth, NH – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster toured multiple businesses along Main Street in Plymouth. She met with small business owners, employees, and voters at Dressers clothing, Beyond the Bean Bakery, Burrito Me, Rand’s Hardware, and other stores to discuss her record helping small businesses, and to hear from voters about what they’d like their elected officials to be focused on this election season.
During the Main Street tour, Kuster also made her 27th stop on her “30 Diners in 30 Days” tour around the district. Kuster chatted with voters at Main Street Station diner and answered their questions about her priorities in Congress. Throughout her time in office, Kuster has traveled throughout the district to hear ideas and concerns from local Granite State business owners, families, students, and seniors about how she can best fight for their needs in Washington.
“I had such a great time touring Main Street and hearing directly from voters in Plymouth on this beautiful fall New Hampshire day,” said Congresswoman Annie Kuster. “Throughout the Granite State, voters have told me about the issues they’d like us to focus on this election season – helping create more jobs and opportunity for our workers, protecting the programs our seniors rely on, making college more affordable for our students, and so much more. I’m committed to fighting for these priorities this election season and beyond.”