U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer to host coronavirus telephone town hall Monday evening

U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer will host a telephone town hall meeting with constituents on Monday evening and provide information about Congress’s efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kilmer, who represents Washington’s 6th District, will hold the town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, May 11 and will be joined by Washington Secretary of Health Jonathan Wiesman, who will provide updates to the state’s response to the ongoing pandemic and discuss plans to move toward economic recovery.

“I work for you and – even though we can’t meet in person right now – it’s important for me to connect with you and hear from you,” Kilmer said. “I hope folks will be able to join the town hall on Monday to learn more about the coronavirus recovery, my ongoing efforts to ensure the federal government steps up to lend a hand to families and local employers, and to get your questions answered.”

If you would like to join the call, send an email to kilmer.teletownhall@mail.house.gov with your name, address and phone number by 6 p.m. Pacific Time on Sunday, May 10. Those who do sign up before the deadline will automatically receive a phone call inviting them to join the town hall on Monday.

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