Anthony Flaccavento is committed to making 100 Town Halls throughout the course of the Flaccavento for Congress campaign. Real representation means real understanding—and that means face-to-face meetings, honest dialogue, and quality conversations! In stark contrast to Morgan Griffith, the current representative for Virginia’s 9th, Anthony knows the issues and challenges that the people and the land throughout Southwest Virginia are faced with. The 100 Town Hall pledge will ensure that every area—not just the bigger towns or easier-to-reach cities—will have a voice in this year’s election.
WHAT CONSTITUTES A TOWN HALL?
Flaccavento for Congress considers a Town Hall meeting to be a public community forum that incorporates open discussion and Q&A time. Typically, a Town Hall meeting will kick off with an introductory speech from the candidate, then segue into an open dialogue, where attendees and community members are able to raise their questions/comments/concerns and get immediate, personalized responses from the candidate. These discussions tend to last for about an hour (minimum) and include some mingling time afterward (sometimes in the form of a community meal!).
WHERE CAN I TRACK THE TOWN HALL PLEDGE?
INTERESTED IN HOSTING A TOWN HALL?
Give us a shout at email@example.com! We’ll be happy to work with your community organization to understand the needs of your area and set up an event near you.