WASHINGTON, District of Columbia—Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) on Wednesday hosted a live, interactive telephone town hall meeting attended by 5,120 constituents. Hartzler fielded both live and internet-submitted questions on multiple topics including the American Health Care Act, House and Senate investigations into Russia, the electoral college, trade and trade agreements going forward, and education.
“I think we had a great event and a productive discussion of some of today’s pressing issues,” Hartzler said. “I appreciate the many comments, ideas, concerns, and suggestions people voiced so I can best represent them and everyone in Missouri’s Fourth. We will be holding another telephone town hall in a couple weeks to reach out to even more constituents and those who weren’t able to participate in this event. I look forward to visiting with everyone then. There are some big issues being debated in Congress right now and adding this feedback to everything I have already received is invaluable.”
- 101 constituents pre-registered to ensure they received a call to participate
- A total of 74,286 calls were made inviting Fourth District residents to participate
- 5,120 constituents participated in the town hall meeting
- Meeting lasted for 69 minutes
Hartzler has another live, interactive telephone town hall meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 28th at 6:30 p.m. CDT. Pre-registration is NOT required, it only ensures a constituent will get a call from Hartzler’s office to participate in the meeting. Fourth District residents can pre-register for the March 28th event at hartzler.house.gov/live. Constituents can also live stream the meeting and submit questions for the Congresswoman once the event starts at that link.