ROCK HILL — US House of Representatives Fifth District Rep. Mick Mulvaney will hold a town hall meeting in Union on Monday, July 7.
In a statement released Tuesday morning, Mulvaney’s office announced that the town hall meeting will take place in the USC Union Auditorium from 6-7:30 p.m. During the town hall meeting, Mulvaney will give a presentation and host a question and answer period. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
Mulvaney, who was elected to the Fifth District seat in 2010, currently serves on The House Committee on Financial Services which his website describes as having “jurisdiction over banking, economic stabilization, international finance, monetary policy, housing, securities and exchange, and urban development.”
He also serves on The Small Business Committee which his website describes as “the leading advocate for small businesses in Congress. This committee oversees the Small Business Administration and also reviews laws and regulations to make sure they aren’t unfair to small business owners and employees”
The Fifth Congressional District is composed of Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lancaster, Lee, Newberry, Spartanburg, Sumter, Union, and York counties.
Mulvaney, a Republican, is running for a third term in the November general election. He is opposed by Democrat Tom Adams.