Congressman Anthony Brindisi Holds Public Town Hall In Norwich Tonight

By: Tyler Murphy

Congressman Anthony Brindisi holds public town hall in Norwich tonight

NORWICH – U.S. Congressman Anthony Brindisi will be meeting with the public at an open town hall meeting held at Stanford J. Gibson Primary School in Norwich tonight.

The event is free and open to all members of the community and will begin at 6 p.m.

This will be Brindisi's fourth town hall since taking office, after visiting Rome, Binghamton, and Cazenovia earlier this year.

The congressman has pledged to hold a town hall in each of the eight counties in the 22nd Congressional District in 2019.

In his first speech on the floor of the house in late January he said, "When I talk to Upstate New Yorkers, there is one thing I hear time and time again: Washington is broken," said Brindisi. "We are all tired of Washington's partisanship, and I am here tonight to reiterate my promise to work with anyone who is willing to solve problems."

Brindisi defeated Claudia Tenney in a close election last year and was sworn in on January 3.

Brindisi fights telemarketers

Earlier this month Brindisi, along with Pennslyvania Representative Lloyd Smucker, and Tennesee Representative David Kustoff, proposed legislation to create a federal law to stop rampant robocalls.



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