Hageman Town Halls Set For Next Week

Congresswoman Harriet Hageman announced that she will host four town hall meetings in Carbon, Fremont, Washakie, and Hot Springs Counties, between April 23rd and 27th. These events will mark the completion of 12 town halls this year and 35 since being sworn-in to Congress.

“I promised to host a town hall in every county, every year, and I am continuing to honor that promise in 2024, just as I did in 2023. With the first quarter of the year now past, there are many issues to discuss, including the Biden border crisis, FISA reauthorization, government overreach, the status of foreign aid for Israel and Ukraine, what we can expect from Congress for the remainder of 2024, and the many bills that I have introduced or had passed in the House of Representatives. It is important to hear ideas, feedback, and questions from my constituents. I look forward to visiting with everyone and updating Wyomingites on what we have done and the votes I have taken.” said Hageman.

The town halls will be held at the following times and locations:

Tuesday, April 23:  Carbon County Town Hall

5:30pm – 6:30pm, Jeffrey Memorial Community Center, 315 W. Pine St, Rawlins

Wednesday, April 24: Fremont County Town Hall

6:30 – 7:30pm, National Museum of Military Vehicles, 6419 US 26, Dubois

Saturday, April 27: Washakie County Town Hall

9:00 – 10:00am, Worland Community Center Complex, 1200 Culbertson Ave, Worland

Saturday, April 27: Hot Springs County Town Hall

12:00 – 1:00pm, Hot Springs County Fairgrounds, 627 Springview St, Thermopolis

Representative Hageman will begin with a recap of the latest developments in Congress, with audience Q&A to follow.