KSL wants your questions for Monday’s “Congressional Q&A”

It may not be a town hall, but on Monday evening (5/15) KSL will feature all four of Utah’s congressional representatives for a “Congressional Q&A” on Channel 5 at 6:30p. It is unclear if this will be a live television event or pre-recorded. Either way, it will clearly be a highly controlled and curated event. But in the absence of real town halls from many legislators, this may also be your best chance to get your questions answered by your congressional representative.  How? KSL has promised to collect questions from Utahns, pre-screened them and feed them to our representatives.

Do you have a question you’d like our representative to answer? Now may be your chance to ask. But hurry — all questions must be submitted BY NOON ON FRIDAY!


  • Send text OR video questions to YOURQUESTIONS@KSL.COM. Be sure to include your name and where you live. Submission deadline is noon on Friday, May 12.


  1. VeOnna Aldred May 12, 2017 at 6:52 am

    My husband Kevin Aldred is a substitute school teacher. He has tried to get certification so he can teach his own class. He has a documented learning disability. The state school board has not given approval for teaching with the Alternative Route Licensure. He has been substitute teaching for over 15 years in different school districts in the valley. There are 4 Title One schools that would love to hire him but can’t because of district policies.
    How can you help with this problem?

  2. Jim Hales May 12, 2017 at 9:53 am

    I have a question about the EPA. Why are they allowed to force the public to use treated gas and diesel with additives polluting the air? I grew up in a time when there were not additives in gas and diesel. The air quality was not affected. Fog was a problem in the morning hours. The public seems to be restricted and the truth is covered up by the EPA. There appears to be no solution to solve the real problem and it still continues to exist today. How can you explain the EPA actions and reasons with this matter?

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