U.S. Congresswoman Victoria Spartz, (R-Ind.), made a stop in Sheridan over the weekend. She held town hall-style listening sessions there, as well as in Lawrence. The federal vaccine mandate, health care, education, federal spending bills, border security, election integrity and Big Tech issues, were among some of the topics discussed. “These town halls are very important for me to hear directly from my constituents and provide DC updates directly to them,” Spartz said. “Honest and open exchange of views and ideas in a respectful way is very important to any healthy democracy.” Spartz has now had 17 in-person town halls in Arcadia, Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Sheridan, Anderson, Elwood, Gas City, Greentown, Indianapolis, Lawrence, Marion, Pendleton, Tipton and Zionsville.