CBS19: Spanberger to hold another town hall on issues impacting Virginians


Once again, a telephone town hall will be taking place to talk about issues impacting families, seniors and businesses in Virginia.

Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger will be holding the town hall Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

During it, she will be answering questions about legislative priorities as well as Virginia’s recovery from the COVID-19  pandemic and the rebuilding of the economy.

“Since first arriving in Congress, I have been committed to hearing directly from those I serve. And during the pandemic, these telephone town halls have been a reliable and productive way to reach Virginians wherever is safest or most convenient for them,” said Spanberger. “On Thursday night, I look forward to yet another opportunity to update our neighbors on my recent work in the U.S. House, particularly my efforts to lower prescription drug costs, invest in our nation’s physical infrastructure, strengthen public safety, and protect our democracy. I am honored to serve this community in Congress, and I hope many Virginians will share their questions, concerns, and feedback.”

People who wish to participate in the town call can call (833) 380-0670. It will also be livestreamed here and here.

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