Spanberger sets town halls in Culpeper, beyond


U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-7th, on Thursday announced eight town-hall events across Central Virginia — including ones in Culpeper and Orange counties — as follows:

  • March: Nottoway County
  • April: Louisa County and Henrico County
  • May: Amelia County
  • June: Chesterfield County
  • July: Culpeper County
  • August: Powhatan County
  • September: Orange County

The Nottoway County town hall will be held on Tuesday, March 19, from 6 to 7 p.m. at Nottoway High School in Crewe. Exact dates and locations for the additional town halls will be finalized and announced closer to the month of the event.

“I enjoy hearing directly from voters about what issues are on their minds, and I appreciate the opportunity to update everyone on what our team has been doing in Washington, D.C. and across the 7th District,” Spanberger said in a statement Thursday. “We will have members of our constituent-services team present, and I welcome anyone with questions to come out and meet us.”

Spanberger’s district office is open to help constituents with issues involving a federal agency or to listen to any questions and concerns. The Henrico-based office can be reached at 804/401-4110.


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