Somerville Town Hall with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley

by Congresswoman Ayanna Pressely

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Date And Time

Sun, November 17, 2019
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST

Location

Address Provided Upon RSVP
East Somerville, MA

Event description:
Congresswoman Pressley deeply believes that in order to build lasting and sustainable solutions, we must bring the voices of those most impacted by the issues to the decision making tables. She believes that we must be intentional about creating spaces to lift unheard voices and unheard narratives — which is exactly why Congresswoman Pressley is excited to hear directly from friends and neighbors across the 7th Congressional District.
We are thrilled to invite you to our Somerville Town Hall! This event will be an opportunity to highlight the things that make you proud to call Somerville home as well as a chance to elevate and discuss the issues that impact your life.
Join Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley on Sunday, November 17 to make your voice heard and to learn more about the Congresswoman’s federal priorities. You can submit a question to the Congresswoman in advance of the event here: https://forms.gle/Poo2JWX3NSs8zdYHA

We welcome all guest of all abilities. Contact Erina Colombo at erina.colombo@mail.house.gov to discuss the accessibility and adaptations necessary to fully participate in this event.
Questions?

Please email Erina at erina.colombo@mail.house.gov

2 thoughts on “Somerville Town Hall with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley”

  1. Is this the transparent new era congress? What would cause you to not advertise where the so called public town hall meeting will be?

    This is coming from a camp that wanted gun control yet Boston residents continue to get shot on a weekly basis.

    Now in Somerville just like the town meeting location there is a hush hush on gun shots being fired on Alston St and Memorial Rd and no media coverage.

    Amazing whether it is related to Somerville Housing or Somerville Community Corporation residents or just a random incident. I would like to think that residents in the area of the location where the activity occurs we would be notified.

    It is pretty sad that our community is kept in the dark by the very people we elect hoping they will be honest and transparent.

    Another sad day for Somerville.

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