Crisscrossing the Country with A Better Way

When House Republicans laid out our bold agenda to put America on a better path, it was all part of a conversation. A conversation we’ve been having with small business owners, farmers, students, parents, and concerned citizens in communities across America.

We’ve spent many weeks and months crisscrossing the country bringing our Better Way agenda to the people who inspired it, and offering solutions to the biggest challenges of our time.  

Here, Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) hits the road throughout North Carolina with  his Better Way to Fight Poverty Tour. From the Baptist Children’s Home of North Carolina to Fayetteville City Hall, Rep. Hudson shares our vision for lifting families out of the cycle of poverty and empowering them to pursue their own unique version of the American Dream.

And then there’s Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN), who through a number of Congress on Your Corner town halls, is laying out our plans for cutting red tape and government waste, so communities like Frankfort, Indiana are put back in the driver’s seat. We want people in control of their lives, and through their elected representatives, to restore their voice in government.

Rep. Gus Bilirakis (R-FL), in addition to traveling his Coastal Florida district, takes to Medium, where he details A Better Way. In these posts, he shares specifics about our plans for a simple, pro-growth tax code, to empower people through jobs and opportunity, and how to grow our economy to make it work for the people. Click here to see all of Rep. Bilirakis’ Medium posts.

As House Republicans continue our work in our nation’s capital, we’re reenergized by your stories and suggestions. We’re continuing our work offering real, bold solutions for the challenges Americans everywhere face each day. Whether it’s the small business owner, the single mom, the young entrepreneur, the full time college student, or the wheat farmer — these are the people who know best how to make the government work better for the people, and we’re listening.