Town Hall Series: Let your voice be heard!

As the new State Senator, especially one appointed by a committee, I feel an obligation to proactively engage my new constituents and give them the opportunity to voice their concerns. One of my favorite quotes is by Alastair Farrugia, "Freedom is when the people can speak;  democracy is when the government listens." I take that to heart and I hope these Town Hall meetings can be a positive conversation about how to move our state forward. We face a lot of challenges and I also want the opportunity to present my progressive agenda for the upcoming session. I understand the political realities of the General Assembly, but it's critical that we begin to articulate a Democratic agenda and fight back against the intolerant and harmful policies the legislature has given us. 
Here are the dates, times and locations of the Town Hall events:

Hillsborough – October 22, 7PM. Orange County Public Library (137 W Margaret Ln, Hillsborough)
Pittsboro – October 29, 7PM. Chatham Community Library (197 NC Hwy 87 N, Pittsboro)
Chapel Hill – November 6, 7PM. Chapel Hill Public Library (100 Library Dr, Chapel Hill)
Siler City – November 14, 1PM. West Chatham Senior Center (112 Village Lake Rd, Siler City)
Carrboro – November 18, 7PM. Orange Water and Sewer Authority (400 Jones Ferry Rd, Carrboro)

All events will be open to the public, no RSVP required. I hope to see many of the members of this community at one of these events!  



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