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Town Hall Project empowers constituents to have face-to-face conversations with lawmakers. Lawmakers, it's time to and meet the people you work for.
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Town Hall Project Sep 17
Reminder: 214 members of Congress have not held a public conversation with their constituents even once in 2019. 147 Republicans. 67 Democrats. That's unacceptable.
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And of course all candidates, including , are invited to join in taking the !
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Thanks for making this common-sense commitment to the people of ! Public service means meeting with--and listening to--the public.
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Showing Up and Speaking Out. 💙📣
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Town Hall Project Sep 17
So weird that a member of Congress who went years without meeting his own constituents is excited to become a lobbyist...
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Dana R Fisher Sep 17
Very unacceptable for an elected official whose salary is paid their constituents. Check out this useful (and somewhat depressing list) put together by the 👇
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Town Hall Project Sep 17
Reminder: 214 members of Congress have not held a public conversation with their constituents even once in 2019. 147 Republicans. 67 Democrats. That's unacceptable.
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Town Hall Project Sep 16
Colorado's has made town halls a top priority in his first term. So we were thrilled to sit down with him for a short conversation:
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Town Hall Project Sep 17
This seems like a perfect moment for to hold a town hall with her constituents and explain why she works for them and not these big outside donors.
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Town Hall Project Sep 16
"U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner may be retiring from Congress. But he's not giving up town halls." 💪
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Town Hall Project Sep 16
So far we've talked with , , , , , and . But Dems aren't the only ones holding town halls--we'd love to chat with GOP standouts like , , ... 📣
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Town Hall Project Sep 16
Here's what was referring to at the end of the conversation: Neguse was listed "Most Active Freshman" by .
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Town Hall Project Sep 16
Colorado's has made town halls a top priority in his first term. So we were thrilled to sit down with him for a short conversation:
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Town Hall Project Sep 14
We don't endorse candidates, but we do endorse "a lot more town halls"!
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Kentucky March For Our Lives Sep 11
. does not get a pass when it comes to talking about gun violence prevention. Where was he when we held a town hall for his constituents about gun violence in his very state? He needs to act NOW and let the senate do their job!
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Town Hall Project Sep 11
Actions like this are precisely why we made North Carolina top priority when expanding our coverage to state legislatures. Don't miss crucial opportunities to make sure your legislators remember who they work for.
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Robert Castaneda Sep 11
“I’ll stay here as long as someone has a comment or question,” says Rep. at his town hall. And he did - for 4 hours! When the boss wants to talk, you listen!
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