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Join me for a Special Telephone Town Hall this Wednesday, August 5
Because of the importance of the ongoing state budget debate, I'm inviting you to join me Wednesday evening--and thousands of your neighbors--for a special Telephone Town Hall, focused on the state budget debateóand the more than 30 day budget stalemate.
I look forward to hearing your questions and your ideas about the governorís vetoes and the issues surrounding the budget debate during my upcoming telephone town hall event this Wednesday (August 5) from 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
During this Telephone Town Hall, I plan on asking many more poll questions than usual to get your opinions related to the governorís budget vetoes, education funding, pension reforms, property tax elimination, the taxing of Marcellus Shale, welfare reform and reducing the size of the General Assembly.
The telephone town hall format allows residents of the 29th Senatorial District to ask questions and share their perspectives on state and local issues from the comfort of their own home. Thousands of you will receive a call inviting you to participate a few minutes before 6 p.m. Wednesday. Residents who use a cell phone or unlisted number can register for the telephone town hall through my website at www.SenatorArgall.com or http://vekeo.buzz/j3W. Cell phone users can also text ďArgallĒ to 313131 to be added to the call.
One final option allowing you to participate is to call 1-877-229-8493 and enter PIN # 111786.
The event will also feature a live audio stream page that allows computer, tablet and smartphone users to listen in and submit questions online. A link to the live audio stream will be available at http://vekeo.buzz/t1b immediately prior to the event.
FYI -- here are some of the questions I'll be asking the residents of Berks and Schuylkill Counties on Wednesday night:
I hope you'll be able to join us!
As Chairman of the Senate Majority Policy Committee, Sen. Argall is the first Senator from the 29th District to serve in a leadership role since 1861. Argall represents all of Schuylkill County and northern and western Berks County.