Ozark Indivisible in collaboration with Indivisible Eureka Springs showed up at Congressman Steve Womack’s office in Rogers Thursday to voice their concerns.
While Womack was being sworn in in Washington, D.C., the group met to urge Womack to pass a clean budget bill with no funding for the border wall and to work with democrats to end the partial shutdown.
“I think representatives often need to hear from their constituents so they understand what the constituents are expecting of them,” said Harrie Farrow with Indivisible Eureka Springs. “We expect the Trump shutdown to end, we expect no money to go to the wall and we expect them to work together with Democrats to make our country a safer, better place.”
Indivisible groups from all over the country showed up at their member of Congress’ district offices today.