Ben Cline Town Hall Meeting in Staunton on December 19th

Ben Cline will host a town hall meeting in Staunton on Wednesday, December 19. Staunton City residents are invited to attend and participate in this dialogue with the newly-elected Sixth District Congressman, who will take office January 3, 2019.

"During my campaign, I promised to hold town hall meetings and listen to the concerns and issues important to those I would represent in Washington," Cline said. "Hearing directly from Staunton residents is vital to the two-way dialogue that sustains our democratic republic."

Cline will discuss expectations of his first term in Congress, take questions about issues important to area residents, and listen to their concerns. This event is sponsored by Ben Cline for Congress, Inc.

Click here to register for the Town Hall

Next Meeting

Thursday, December 13, 2018
Verona Goverment Center
18 Gov Center Ln
Verona, VA 24482

Open to the Public

Vote Dec. 18th

Be sure to get out and VOTE for Ronnie Campbell on December 18th if you live in the 24th district.

Ronnie is running to replace the open seat left by Ben Cline when he was elected as our newest U.S. Representative to Congress!



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