The House is in congressional recess from November 4th-11th, returning to session after Veteran’s Day. This time is allotted for members of Congress to work in their districts and engage with constituents they represent. It is also the perfect time for them to hold public town halls and hear the concerns of their constituents live and in person.
Given the recent vote to formalize an impeachment process for the next phase of the inquiry and the mounting evidence Trump abused his powers to undermine the 2020 election, it’s more important than ever for you to make your voice heard. Call your local office and demand that your representative host a town hall to discuss their position on impeachment. If your representative refuses to hold a town hall, request an in-office meeting to explain their position.
Your congresspeople work for you, and you should have regular opportunities to discuss their positions, platforms, and how their legislative agendas will affect you and those close to you. Town halls are a critical tool for holding representatives accountable for their actions and ensuring that they hear the needs and concerns of their constituents in person.
NOTE: Call a local office number to get the most up-to-date town hall schedule information.