Congressman Graves Postpones Hall County Town Hall…Walker County Town Hall Still On For This Afternoon At 2p

Just got an email from Congressman Tom Graves’ staff announcing that they have had to postpone the Hall County town hall meeting, but today’s Walker County town hall meeting will continue as planned today at 2p.  The presser from his office is below:

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-09) regrets to announce he will have to postpone the town hall in Hall County, previously scheduled for Wednesday, April 11, 2012, in order to attend a funeral.  The event was to have started at 3:00pm in Flowery Branch.  The event will be rescheduled for another time, though a new date has not yet been established.

Rep. Graves’ town hall scheduled for today in Walker County will still continue, as planned.  Constituents will be able to pose questions directly to Rep. Graves about legislative issues in Washington, DC and other issues of importance to them.  The town hall in Walker County will be held at the Brooks Center Auditorium on the Walker Campus of Georgia NW Technical College.  Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and there is no cost for admission.

Walker County Town Hall

WHEN:         2:00pm-3:30pm
Tuesday, April 10, 2012

WHERE:      Georgia NW Technical College
Walker Campus, Brooks Center Auditorium
265 Bicentennial Trail, Rock Springs, GA 30739

WHO:            Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-09)
**This event is open press for members of the media.

6 comments

  1. CobbGOPer says:

    Nice to know he’s so concerned about his constituents that he has this town-hall in the middle of the afternoon on a work day. Trying to thin the crowd, Congressman? Or is your staff just that dumb?

  2. GeorgiaValues says:

    @CobbGOPer, why the negativity buddy? Chill out man…at least he’s out in the district holding events open to the public.

    From the ones I’ve been to, the average age at a town hall meeting is probably north of 65 and mostly retired.

    • CobbGOPer says:

      Anyone that is positive about anything having to do with government is mentally deficient and probably shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

  3. Doug Grammer says:

    You should know by now that CobbGOPer is always negative. However, he has a point that the timing could be better. Usually, only retired people 65 or older can attend in the middle of a work day. I’ll try to be there. If I can’t make it, I’ll see him this weekend.

    • CobbGOPer says:

      “The power of accurate observation is often called cynicism by those that have not got it.”

      – George Bernard Shaw

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