WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Jody Hice will speak with constituents in a telephone town hall meeting this week.
Hice, R-Ga., will play host to the event starting at about 6:15 p.m. Thursday. It should last about an hour.
The congressman, whose district includes the eastern half of Newton County, will speak with constituents about a variety of issues facing the federal government.
Hice’s office said this is the 11th such telephone town hall meeting since he came into office in January 2015 and the fifth this year.
Participants will hear a brief legislative update and have the chance to ask questions.
“With so much going on currently before Congress, fostering thoughtful discussion, where my constituents and I can talk about the issues of the day, is of the utmost importance,” Hice said.
“That’s why I regularly host Telephone Town Halls, which are an effective, large-scale effort to stay in touch with my constituents as part of my communication outreach. I value any opportunity to hear from 10th District residents, and I look forward to speaking with many of them during Thursday’s conversation.”
People interested in taking part may sign up through Hice’s website at hice.house.gov, or call the congressman’s Washington office at 202-225-4101.You may also join the event at any time at 855-756-7520 and use the passcode 37024#.