President Donald Trump is welcoming governors-elect from each events to the White Home.
Amongst these attending Thursday are Florida Republican Ron DeSantis, Georgia Republican Brian Kemp, Illinois Democrat J.B. Pritzker, Wisconsin Democrat Tony Evers and newly-inaugurated Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy, a Republican.
White Home Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Doug Hoelscher says they’ll be discussing “shared priorities,” together with workforce funding, jail reform and combatting the opioid epidemic.
The guests may even be assembly with Cupboard members as a part of a broader White Home outreach effort to native officers.
The White Home says that, after the midterm elections, it has reached out to a protracted checklist of newly-elected state and native officers of each events “to open strains of communication and start a dialogue.”