Senators Jon Tester and John Walsh today met with middle school students from Anderson Middle School to answer questions and welcome them to the nation’s capital.

At today’s meeting in the Senate, the students were eager to hear about everything from campaign finance to fracking and the Second Amendment.  The students also asked about the difference between deficits and debts. (Sounds like KMMS-AM Listeners!)

“These young students showed a remarkable amount of knowledge, asking interesting and creative questions,” Walsh said.  “They were excited to be in our nation’s capital and learn more about our history.”

“I’m glad young Montanans are visiting Washington to learn about our nation’s government and the importance of public service,” said Tester, a former teacher.  “I always look forward to meeting Montana students, answering their questions and talking with them about the importance of making the most of their education.”