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How to get inauguration tickets through Congressman Rouzer's office

President-Elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated this January. (Source: WMBF) President-Elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated this January. (Source: WMBF)
WASHINGTON, DC (WECT) -

Congressman David Rouzer's office has released information on how you can get tickets to attend the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump this January. 

According to information posted on the Congressman's website, there are a limited number of tickets available from each Congressional office. You can enter to get up to four tickets, although a submission does not guarantee you will get them. 

The tickets are free and must be picked up in person by the requesting party on January 19, 2017 at 424 Cannon House Office Building between the hours of 9a.m. and 5p.m. in Washington, DC.

You will need to bring a valid government-issued ID to receive the tickets.

You can enter the lottery here.

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