|“I’m grateful for the opportunity to represent the values and priorities of our community, and that starts with listening to its residents.”
GAINESVILLE, Ga.—Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) is holding a town hall meeting in Gainesville this Wednesday.
“Washington needs to hear the voice of northeast Georgia, and I’m looking forward to continuing conversations with neighbors this week.
“Whether I’m working for rural broadband access, fighting for criminal justice reform or advocating for local residents in the face of federal bureaucracy, I’m grateful for the opportunity to represent the values and priorities of our community, and that starts with listening to its residents,” said Collins.
Collins will also update residents on the progress being made by the unified government led by President Trump. Since January, the American economy has added more than one million new jobs. Congress and the White House have eliminated billions of dollars in regulatory burdens and are working together on comprehensive tax reform.
All Ninth District residents are welcome, and details are below.
What: Town hall meeting
When: 5:30 p.m., August 9, 2017
Where: Gainesville Public Safety Building
701 Queen City Parkway
Gainesville, GA 30501
Who: Rep. Doug Collins and Constituents of Georgia’s Ninth District
Security: For the security of all in attendance, please be advised that no bags or signs will be permitted.
Background: Collins has held public meetings over the August district work period every year that he has served as the U.S. Representative for the Ninth District of Georgia.
In addition to holding public meetings over this period, Collins welcomes residents to join him for interactive telephone town hall conversations regularly while Congress is in session. Thousands of residents from across the twenty counties of northeast Georgia participate in these interactive events, and Collins has held six telephone town halls this year.
To learn more about these live conversations or sign up to participate in a future event, residents may visit his site.