VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Elected officials heard your concerns on Saturday.
That's with Saturday's Crackerbarrel Session at the Vigo County Public Library.
Senator Jon Ford along with State Representatives Bruce Borders, Bob Heaton and Clyde Kersey were on the panel.
News 10's Kiley Thomas served as the moderator for the event.
Discussions centered on a variety of bills and local proposals.
For Representative Clyde Kersey, who is nearing the end of his time in office, the Crackerbarrel sessions have played a major role during his time in politics.
"This Crackerbarrel program has been such a great part of those 22 years," he said, "and we've had such great turnout. It's been a real great time for me to be part of the process."
We're taking a closer look at some of the issues impacting you in the Wabash Valley.
Sunday night, we'll have a breakdown of the proposed food and beverage tax in Vigo County.
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