Maloney to Host Telephone Town Hall Wednesday

Constituents can pose questions and express concerns

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney will hold a telephone town hall on Wednesday, May 22, at 7:30 p.m., continuing efforts to speak directly with neighbors across the Hudson Valley. After giving a quick update on recent legislation that he has authored and a rundown of top issues like sequestration and the economy, Maloney will answer constituent questions.

“I am here to be accessible and get results for my neighbors in the Hudson Valley,” said Maloney. “This town hall gives me the chance to hear from thousands of folks across the district about what matters most to them.”

Tens of thousands of residents from the 18th Congressional District will receive an invitation by telephone to participate in the conference call on Wednesday. Constituents in the district can also request an invitation in the following ways:

  • Emailing their name and complete phone number to ny18townhall@mail.house.gov
  • Calling Maloney’s Washington office at 202-225-5441
  • Visiting Maloney’s website at seanmaloney.house.gov

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 Maloney by calling any of his offices in New York or Washington, by visiting his website at seanmaloney.house.gov, connecting with Maloney on Facebook, or following him on Twitter.

Since January, Maloney has participated in multiple town halls back in the Hudson Valley. In coming weeks, he will also announce a series of “Speak with Sean” events in neighborhoods across the region.


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