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Watch: Walker's First 100 Days in Congress

April 15, 2015
Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today is U.S. Representative Mark Walker’s (NC-06) 100th day in Congress. In January, Walker was sworn into office and spoke of his commitment to be open and serve every constituent of the 6th district of North Carolina.  In just three months, Rep. Walker visited all 10 counties, engaging with each community through meetings with business leaders, elected officials and his NC-06 Listening Tour.  Walker has introduced multiple bills and amendments and is the first freshman to pass a bill in the 114th Congress. 

“Every day, I am aware of the honor but also the great responsibility to serve in this capacity. We have already made progress towards limiting the federal government, reforming our overly-complicated tax code and building opportunities for all Americans,” said Walker.  “I will continue to work to put the needs and priorities of our district to best serve every constituent of the 6th district, and I acknowledge the weight and privilege of this opportunity daily.”

To summarize the activities of his 1st 100 days, Rep. Walker released this video: