You're Invited to a Town Hall!
When I took office in January, I promised to host in-person town hall meetings for constituents of Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District in April.
April is here, and so is my first town hall.
Because space is limited, we can only accommodate constituents of Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District and you must RSVP in advance to attend.
To attend, please RSVP to email@example.com and include name, address, and email of each person attending.
I hope to see you in attendance and look forward to a robust discussion about the issues facing our country.
See you on Tuesday –
Congressman Andy Biggs
- Members of the media are welcome to attend the town hall. Please email Daniel.Stefanski@mail.house.gov to be credentialed.
TOWN HALL CODE OF CONDUCT
- Due to restrictions, constituents may not park or line up on the property before 6 PM. Doors will open at 6:30 PM, and the program will begin promptly at 7 PM.
- Attendees with signs, banners, or objects that create a disturbance will not be admitted.
- To ensure a safe, enjoyable, and productive town hall, all attendees must comply with posted and audible instructions and failure to comply will result in immediate removal.
CONGRESSMAN BIGGS CANNOT ATTEND THE APRIL 18th EVENT
- You may have heard of an April 18th unofficial town hall. This event was planned without the office’s knowledge, consent, or proper consultation, and Congressman Biggs is not able to attend. Unfortunately, many unassuming constituents were misled with the premature and deceptive announcement of the unauthorized town hall.
OTHER WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED
- In his first three months in office, Congressman Biggs has made it a priority to meet and communicate with the constituents on a regular basis. There are over 700,000 individuals in district five, and Congressman Biggs meets with hundreds of them every time he returns to Arizona. He has sent more than 17,000 emails in response to constituents’ inquiries, talked to over 10,000 constituents during two telephone town halls, and his social media communications reach thousands of people every day. He appreciates all of the constructive communication he receives, regardless of perspective, on the pressing issues this country faces, and looks forward to continued dialogue throughout the 115th Congress.