An update on the town halls (or lack of them) by Senators Isakson and Perdue. They are both back in Washington, DC following the district work week where neither of them held a public meeting nor town hall. Senator Isakson was out with back surgery but has now scheduled a telephone town hall for tomorrow (Thursday) evening and we need to be prepared.

Below is the official notification his office sent out this afternoon. If you are not on his call list please go here today to ensure you receive the call tomorrow evening. Once you receive the call please follow the prompts to ask a question and be ready with a lead of “Senator, I support refugee and immigrants in the U.S. and in my community”, followed by a pointed question. Examples include:

“What are you doing to ensure refugees are welcome in Georgia?”
“How are you using your position to stand up to President Trump’s Muslim ban?”
“Please tell us how you are supporting the sanctuary city movement and protecting immigrant families.”
“How are you countering Senator Perdue’s deeply un-American RAISE Act?”

Thank you for your interest in participating in a town hall meeting with me.

In order to ensure that Georgians’ voices from across the state are heard and reflected in the operation of our office, we will hold a town hall meeting via telephone this Thursday, March 2, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.

You should receive a call at the number you have provided asking you to participate. You may opt-in at that time by remaining on your phone line, and you will be given instructions about how to ask a question. If you are unable to participate via telephone, you can still listen to the call online via this link, that will allow you to livestream the call.

We will continue to update you when other town hall meetings are scheduled in the future. Thank you for your interest!

Johnny Isakson
United States Senator

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