Spanberger Announces Details for Fourth In-District Town Hall Event In Henrico County

Apr 01, 2019
Local Issues

The Congresswoman Has Held Three Town Halls in Goochland, Spotsylvania, and Nottoway Counties During Her First Three Months in Office. This Month, She Will Hold Town Halls in Henrico and Louisa Counties.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger today announced details for her fourth town hall event later this month in Henrico County.

Specific details for the Henrico County town hall are as follows:

Thursday, April 18, 2019
7:00 — 8:00pm
J.R. Tucker High School
2910 N. Parham Road
Henrico, VA 23229  

“I am very excited for this upcoming opportunity to hear directly from constituents in Henrico County,” said Spanberger. “I appreciate every chance to update voters on what my team has been working on to support our neighbors in Central Virginia. During the event, we will also have members of our constituent services team on-hand to connect with anyone who may have a concern or issue with the federal government. These events are free and open to anyone, and we welcome anyone with questions to share their thoughts—because their feedback will improve how I fight for our district’s priorities in the House.”  

During her first three months in office, Spanberger has held three town hall events in counties across Virginia’s Seventh District—including in Goochland, Spotsylvania, and Nottoway counties.

Any Virginia Seventh resident with a question, concern, or issue is encouraged to reach out to Spanberger’s district office at (804) 401-4110 for assistance. Later this month, Spanberger will also hold a town hall event in Louisa County, with five more town halls scheduled for the coming months.


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