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Speak to your members of Congress at a local Town Hall Meeting

Local town hall meetings enable citizens to speak with members of congress who represent us.

Politicians are addicted to elections. They count visits, letters, calls, emails, and texts.

Speaking out at a Town Hall meeting in your area is a powerful way to let your members of congress know what you think is important.

You do not need to be an expert. You just need to have an opinion.

Are immigration, health care, and taxes important to you? Speak up!!!

If you are not a citizen, you can still send your children to speak. If they are citizens, they are or will be able to vote. Let’s teach our children to participate in U.S. government.

And if you are not a citizen, you can still make an impact by learning how the system works and educating friends and family in regions where the Latin vote can make a difference!

We matter!

If your congressional representatives don’t hold town halls, it means they are afraid of the people they represent. Better elect someone else who actually represents us.


2018 Congressional State Work Periods

Town halls take place all year long.  They are produced by members of congress, staff members, and activists. There are also call-in town halls.

President’s Day State Work Period

February 19 – 23
Monday – Friday
Monday, February 19 is President’s Day

Spring Break State Work Period

March 26 – April 6
Two weeks

May Day State Work Period

Monday – Friday
April 30 – May 4

Memorial Day State Work Period

May 28 – June 1
Monday – Friday
Monday, May 28 is Memorial Day

Independence Day State Work Period

July 2 – 6
Monday – Friday
Wednesday, July 4 is Independence Day

August/Labor Day State Work Period

August 6 – September 3
Daily for four weeks
Monday, September 3 is Labor Day

Veterans Day State Work Period

October 29 – November 12
Daily for two weeks
Monday, November 12 is the Veterans Day holiday

Thanksgiving State Work Period

November 19 – 23
Monday – Friday
Thursday – Friday November 22 – 23 is the Thanksgiving holiday

Christmas State Work Period

There are usually state work periods in December, but neither the House or the Senate has scheduled them. In 2017, the state work period was December 18 – 29.


Find Local Town Hall Meetings

Find local meetings at townhallproject.com

Find out how else to contact U.S. senators


 

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