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

Local town hall meetings enable us 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.


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.

2017 State Work Periods

February 20 – 24, Monday – Friday

March 16 – 17, Thursday – Friday

April 10 – 21, Wednesday – Sunday (two weeks)

May 29 – June 2, Monday – Friday

July 3 – 7, Monday – Friday

September 21 – 22, Thursday – Friday

October 9 – 13, Monday – Friday

November 20 – 24, Monday – Friday

December 18 – 29, Monday – Friday (two weeks)


Members of Congress who have not held Town Halls this year

The big question is why wouldn’t our members of congress want to hear what is important to the people they represent?

The list is current as of September 2017.

New York

Senator Charles “Chuck” Schumer

Representative Chris Collins (NY-27)

Representative Peter King (NY-02)

Representative José Serrano (NY-15)

New Jersey

Senator Robert Menendez

Representative Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ-11)

Representative Frank LoBiondo (NJ-02)

Representative Albio Sires (NJ-08)

Representative Christopher Smith (NJ-04)

Connecticut

All members of congress have held town hall meetings in 2017.


Find Local Town Hall Meetings

Find local meetings at townhallproject.com

Find out how else to contact U.S. senators


 

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