Doolittle holds town hall meeting at fairgrounds Feb. 20
Doolittle’s appearance is part of a series of six town hall meetings the congressman will hold throughout his district during Congress’s President’s Day recess.
“The primary purpose of these town hall meetings is to invite my constituents to share their views with me on issue impacting our nation,” Doolittle said. “I am currently formulating my legislative agenda for the next two years, and I would appreciate the thoughts and counsel of those I represent.”
Last month, the congressman unveiled a plan aimed at more open and direct communication with his constituents. One of the current elements of the plan is to provide people with direct access to their federal representative through public meetings. The town hall format allowed people to offer input, ask questions and receive unfiltered communication.
Doolittle will appear at other town hall meetings in Quincy, Placerville, Orangevale, Grass Valley and Auburn between Feb. 20 and Feb. 23.
For more information on Doolittle’s town hall meetings, call Brian Jensen at (916) 785-5560.
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