State Sen. Emily Randall will host a virtual town hall meeting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 16. (File photo)

Sen. Randall’s Virtual Town Hall is Jan. 16

Zoom session will be first after start of legislative session

PORT ORCHARD — State Sen. Emily Randall, the 26th Legislative District’s newly appointed Democratic majority whip, will host a virtual town hall from 11 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Jan. 16.

The town hall will be Randall’s first town hall following the start of the legislative session on Jan. 11.

“Last year, I had a Town Hall Tour, meeting with neighbors in four cities in our district — Bremerton, Port Orchard, Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula,” Randall said.

“Our conversations helped me advance our community’s values during the 2020 session — making health care and housing accessible, making higher education opportunities attainable, amplifying marginalized voices, championing direct investments in our region’s infrastructure and development, making sure all our neighbors get the tools they need and deserve to build healthy lives for themselves.”

To register for the virtual town hall, visit

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