Congressman Tom Reed was in downtown Geneva Tuesday afternoon for a Tax Cuts Work rally. It was organized by the Job Creators Network, an organization funded in part by Home Depot founder Bernie Marcus. The event was billed as part of a campaign to publicize and amplify the positive impacts Americans are experiencing as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was signed into law in December. When Representative Reed arrived at his office on Exchange Street around 4 o’clock, a large crowd of protestors had gathered.
The event was originally scheduled for Bicentennial Park, but was moved inside Reed’s office. Protestors packed the small space and carried on a lively exchange, first with Tim Jones of the Job Creators Network and then Representative Reed.
Many of the people who gathered are members of the group Reeds Last Term, which has been holding monthly protests in front of Reed’s Geneva office for the past year. This was the first time that Congressman Reed was in his Geneva office when the protestors were on hand.