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Hice to play host to telephone town hall
10th District residents may sound off to congressman
Hice and Johnston
U.S. Rep. Jody Hice, left, R-Ga., speaks with Covington Mayor Ronnie Johnston during a luncheon at Oxford College of Emory University on Friday, March 2, 2018. - photo by David Clemons

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Jody Hice will give area residents the chance to sound off during a “telephone town hall” meeting this week.

The event is for members of the state’s 10th District of Congress. It will begin at 6:05 p.m. Thursday and is scheduled to include a brief legislative update by Hice, along with a chance for constituents to ask questions about current events and issues of concern.

“In addition to my Coffee With Your Congressman events, constituent meetings and business roundtables, I enjoy touching base with folks back home through regular telephone town halls,” Hice, R-Ga., said.

“These opportunities offer a convenient way for families to participate in the political process and share their concerns directly with me from the comfort of their own homes. From immigration reform to ensuring our national security, I always appreciate the chance to update you on where things stand in Congress and on the home front.”

Residents may sign up to participate and submit questions through a form the congressman’s website or by calling his Washington office at 202-225-4101. Constituents also may join the conference by calling 877-229-8493 and using the passcode 117571, or may listen online.