Residents of the 14th Legislative District will have a chance to learn more about issues before the 2020 Legislature by taking part in a one-hour telephone town hall meeting Thursday, Feb. 20, hosted by Sen. Curtis King, R-Yakima.
During the town hall, which begins at 6 p.m., King will discuss key issues before the Legislature, as well as bills he is sponsoring.
“Telephone town hall meetings provide a convenient way for people in our district to find out what’s happening this legislative session, ask me questions and offer input,” King said. “It also lets me stay in touch with constituents even though I’m in Olympia, and it gives people a chance to hear from me about the session just by picking up the phone.”
Residents in the 14th District are encouraged to ask questions during the telephone town hall meeting, but they may also submit them in advance by emailing King at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While thousands of district residents will receive a phone call just before the telephone town hall meeting to encourage them to participate, residents may also take part by dialing 509-408-1571.
The 60-day 2020 legislative session is scheduled to end March 12.