Congressman Cline has announced plans to hold a town hall meeting on Thursday February 21 in Lynchburg at the Marine Corps League Detachment 759, 1908 Old Forest Road. The meeting is scheduled for 4:30 to 6 p.m., unfortunately an inconvenient time for many people.
According to the announcement:
Constituents planning to attend should register on Eventbright. Citizens of Lynchburg will be given priority with regard to comments during the town hall.
Perhaps some of our Lynchburg readers can take the opportunity to ask Cline about some of the things he has said and done, as chronicled here and elsewhere, since he was sworn in as our representative in Washington.
2 thoughts on “Cline will hold town hall February 21 in Lynchburg”
Received confirmation for 2 tickets. I requested tickets as soon as the town hall was announced.
I sent Rep. Cline this message (and to Senators Warner and Kaine). As a constituent I am deeply concerned by the president’sdecision to declare a state of emergency. Thereis NO national emergency on the southern border—especially that will be solvedby a wall. THE REAL NATIONAL EMERGENCY IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. HIS ACTION ARE AN ALARMING ABUSE OFEXECUTIVE POWER AND AN EXECUTIVE OVERREACH THAT DISRESPECTS AND CIRCUMVENTSYOUR AUTHORITY AS A MEMBER OF CONGRESS OVER PUBLIC SPENDING DECISIONS. As a memberof Congress you must treat this as what it is — an unconstitutional action anddangerous precedent. You must respond not as members of a particularparty, but as an elected representative of the people, charged to govern andprotect the citizens of this nation, maintain the carefully created balance ofpower between the three branches of the federal government, uphold the rule oflaw; and to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States againstall enemies, foreign and domestic,” as you agreed to in your oath of office. I am calling to urgeyou to support a joint resolution of disapproval against the president’s declarationof a state of emergency.