DENVER – U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is hosting a telephone town hall meeting Wednesday evening—days after his votes to move a Republican-crafted health care bill over to the House were cast in a failing effort.
Gardner, a Republican, has held several telephone town hall meetings this year, but has been criticized by many in Colorado for not holding in-person town halls.
Wednesday’s town hall is expected to begin around 7 p.m. Mountain Time.
Anyone wishing to join in on the town hall can sign up by clicking here. A phone number will call you when the town hall meeting is about to start.
If you’d like to listen and not try and get a question asked, the town hall will also be streamed live at the same link.
The senator’s staff has typically selected the questions Gardner will respond to, so there is no guarantee your questions will be answered, though staff has said they try to get as many questions answered as they can.
Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., is hosting a town hall in Henderson Tuesday evening, and Rep. Ken Buck held two, in Sterling and in Burlington, over the past weekend.