DENVER – Three of Colorado’s Republican members of Congress are holding telephone town hall meetings Wednesday evening to talk with constituents.
Sen. Cory Gardner is holding his fourth in a series of town halls Wednesday evening at 7:10 p.m. Mountain Time. He is holding several throughout the year at different times of the day in order to connect with different groups of people, he says.
You can sign up to participate in the Gardner town hall by clicking here. You must sign up at least an hour before the start time to be able to pose a question, but anyone can listen in.
In the March 1 town hall, Gardner talked about marijuana, health care, and Russia, among other subjects.
Rep. Doug Lamborn will also host one Wednesday. His begins at 6:30 p.m. Mountain Time. Sign up for the town hall by clicking here.
And Rep. Scott Tipton will hold a town hall starting at 5:30 p.m. Mountain Time Wednesday. The town hall was originally slated for Tuesday, but was pushed back to Wednesday because of flight delays, Tipton said.
Many of Colorado’s congressional delegation is holding town hall meetings over at least the next month in order to hear from constituents on topics concerning them.