Wexton to Host Town Hall Sunday

Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA-10) will host the first town hall of her term at Goshen Post Elementary School in Aldie Sunday, March 17.

The town hall begins at 11:30 a.m.

Wexton will provide an update on her first two months in Congress and host a discussion on issues in the 10th Congressional District. According to her office, it is the first of several events Wexton plans to hold across the district, including round tables, listening tours, and other district event.

The public is asked to register here to help determine expected attendance and to ensure adequate seating.

Goshen Post Elementary School is at 24945 Lobo Drive, Aldie.

2 thoughts on “Wexton to Host Town Hall Sunday

  • 2019-03-16 at 6:18 pm
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    Oh yes, lets have a meeting on St. Patrick’s day said no one ever.

  • 2019-03-18 at 5:51 am
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    As the ONLY candidate for Chair of the Loudoun Board of Supervisors who attended this full house town hall meeting I can bear witness to it being very productive for the entire community. Our Congresswoman had an excellent grasp on every issue the public raised and most importantly to me she answered my question without any hesitation. Knowing that much of the traffic congestion on Route 15 north of Leesburg is caused by interstate commutation I asked if she would support participating in a meeting with Maryland, Virginia and Loudoun to discuss long range solutions. She completely confirmed agreement that it is a federal issue to work with two states who thus far have not not acted in a timely manner to set a final resolution in place. There is a lot of talk regarding platitudes and other partisan rhetoric but now that we actually have a Congresswoman who is participating in town hall meetings with her constituents (regardless if they voted for her or not) it is our duty to get things done for Loudoun. We need to stop allowing our state to shrug off specific problems caused by Loudoun being a border county in between West Virginia and Maryland as commuters go to and from their jobs east of Loudoun. Interstate Commerce is the jurisdiction of the federal government which should help us get Maryland to the table which I will make as an early priority to obtaining the full support of both parties who are on the Loudoun board of Supervisors after November 5th.

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