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Johnson slated to join Friday's Mitchell cracker barrel session

Congressman Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., will participate in Friday's Legislative cracker barrel session hosted by the Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee.

Mitchell resident and U.S. Congressional Representative candidate Dusty Johnson sits for a photo inside Cornerstone Coffee House and Deli. (Matt Gade / Republic)
U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson, of Mitchell, sits for a photo inside Cornerstone Coffee House & Deli in May 2018. (Matt Gade / Republic)

Congressman Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., will participate in Friday's Legislative cracker barrel session hosted by the Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee.

The event will be held at noon Friday at Mitchell City Hall at 612 N. Main St.

Johnson will be first on the agenda, followed by District 20 legislators and Republicans Josh Klumb, Lance Koth and Paul Miskimins, who will answer questions and discuss the current session underway in Pierre.

The cracker barrel session is free and open to the public. The event will also be streamed live on the Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce's Facebook page. Questions can be electronically submitted via email to info@mitchellchamber.com during the event.

Cracker barrels are a public forum, giving those in attendance an opportunity to pose questions to their legislators. The event will be moderated by volunteers from the Governmental Affairs Committee. The legislators will have an opportunity for opening and closing statements.

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