North Dakota Congressman, Kevin Cramer, reached out to people in rural parts of Western North Dakota on Tuesday.
The congressman scheduled mobile office hours in Manning and Amidon.
The visits allow constituents to receive assistance with casework from the congressman’s staff on issues like veterans and social security benefits, and Medicare.
But on Tuesday, the people most interested in talking were county officials.
” . . .the weather modification. What impact it has. If he (Cramer) can help us out in any way. We voted it out (Cloud Seeding), and they still get to fly above us,” said Colleen Germann, Slope county Treausurer.
A staff member for the congressman said that no other mobile office visits are scheduled this month.
Cramer schedules mobile office hours for rural parts of the state