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Recap of #HAchat with Jim Pfaff

Congressional chief of staff Jim Pfaff joined Hoosier Access for #HAchat. Join us every Wednesday at 8pm on Twitter or here at the blog for #HAchat.
Jim Pfaff, a long-time conservative activist working on the Hill as a Chief of Staff, shared his thoughts on gridlock in Washington, working on the Hill, and how conservatives can get involved in politics. His experience in Hoosier grassroots politics played a big role in shaping his attitudes toward political activism.

It is clear that Pfaff has a real passion for his work. His enthusiasm for being part of the solution is contagious as his frustration with gridlock in Washington, D.C. was evident.

If you’d like to review our #HAchat with Jim Pfaff, read Derek Trovillion’s compilation of the entire chat into a Storify story here.

Next week we’re pleased to welcome Indiana Federation of College Republicans chairman Ethan Manning to #HAchat on Wednesday, September 19th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Ethan dove in to politics with two feet and has been very active in local and statewide politics. If there is a phone bank in northeastern Indiana, it’s safe to say Ethan is not far away!

Be sure to join us here at Hoosier Access or on Twitter with the hashtag #HAchat next Wednesday at 8 p.m.!

Derek Pillie also writes on his personal blog JackUVallTrades. You can follow him on Twitter, be his friend on Facebook, connect on LinkedIn, or include Derek Pillie in your circle on Google Plus.

This post was tagged under: #HAchat, 2012 Election

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