MONDAY: Maloney to Hold “State of the Hudson Valley” Telephone Town Hall
Washington, D.C. - One day before President Obama delivers his State of the Union address, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney will hold his first telephone town hall this year on Monday, January 27 at 7:30 PM to discuss the “State of the Hudson Valley.” Rep. Maloney will discuss President Obama’s upcoming State of the Union address and will answer constituent questions on issues important to folks in the Hudson Valley like the economy, healthcare, immigration, extending unemployment insurance, and increasing the minimum wage.
“A big part of my job is giving my neighbors in the Hudson Valley an update on what I’m doing to get them results. This town hall gives me the chance to start the new year by hearing from thousands of folks across the district about Congress’ priorities, the State of the Union address, and what is most important to them in the upcoming months,” said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney.
Tens of thousands of residents from the 18th Congressional district will receive an invitation by telephone to participate in the conference call on Monday evening. Constituents in the 18th district can request an invitation in the following ways:
· Emailing their name and complete phone number to email@example.com
· Calling Rep. Maloney’s Washington office at 202-225-5441
· Visiting Rep. Maloney’s website to sign up.
Participants will also be given the opportunity to leave a message with their questions or comments at the end of the call. For those unable to participate in the telephone town hall, questions or concerns can be sent to Representative Maloney by calling any of his offices in New York or Washington, by visiting his website at https://seanmaloney.house.gov, connecting with Rep. Maloney on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/repseanmaloney, or following him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RepSeanMaloney.
Since taking office last January, Rep. Maloney has participated in multiple town halls back in the Hudson Valley and has held over 20 “Speak with Sean” events in neighborhoods across the region.