Newhouse to talk at GOP luncheon in Moses Lake on Wednesday

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Rep. Dan Newhouse

MOSES LAKE — If you’re interested in asking Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Ellensburg, a question, you’ll get your chance on Wednesday.

The Grant County Republican Women are hosting Newhouse for an hourlong luncheon and discussion at the Porterhouse restaurant in Moses Lake on Wednesday, Aug. 8, from noon to 1 p.m.

Also sponsoring the Congressional Round Table are the Moses Lake/Grant County Tea Party and the Grant County Republican Party.

Seating is limited to 30, so if you’re interested and want to participate, contact Derek Flint at 253-218-7234 or by e-mail at Derek@DanNewhouse.com.

Newhouse is currently seeking election to a third term representing Washington’s 4th Congressional district, which covers Central Washington from the Canadian border south to the Tri-Cities and the Columbia River separating Washington and Oregon.

— Staff Report

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