Answering questions, sharing concerns and listening to comments is what Congressman Matt Gaetz set out to accomplish on Open Gaetz Day in Navarre held Monday, Nov. 27. The 12 hour day started at 8 a.m. at West Navarre Intermediate School where he met with every fourth-grade class to answer their questions and ask questions of them as well. When Gaetz asked both groups of fourth-graders who the vice president was, the answer, twice, was, “Hillary Clinton.” While Gaetz could have said more, his response was to move on and find a student that knew the answer.
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