FARMINGTON, Ark. (KFTA) -- Representative Steve Womack was in Farmington Tuesday as he travels around the area to talk with constituents about current events.
At this roundtable discussion, about 30 people came to give Womack their opinions on the happenings in Washington D.C.
Womack said he uses his time away from the capitol to make sure he's serving the people he represents the way they want him to.
"It's a really good sensing session that gives me kind of an up-to-the-date idea as to where the common thinking is today, on issues critical to our country," Womack said.
Womack discussed immigration, national security and other topics with voters.
He also met with officials from steel-using company Bekaert, based in Rogers, about how the ensuing trade war is affecting business.
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