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Gabbard to hold ‘telephone town hall’ (Jan. 29)


On the day after President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard will hold her first telephone town hall of the year at noon Wednesday, Jan. 29.

The congresswoman will discuss President Obama’s State of the Union address and will answer constituent questions on issues important to people in Hawaii like job creation, veterans, immigration reform, and economic opportunity.

“Staying connected with people in Hawaii, especially when I’m working in Washington, is so important to me, because it enables me to best represent and be of service to our people,” Gabbard said. “I always look forward to hearing from our Hawaii residents, and I look forward to people joining my telephone town hall to ask questions and share their ideas. By working together in the spirit of aloha, whether in Hawaii or Washington, we can make meaningful progress and make sure that our voices are heard on issues that impact all of our island communities.”

Tens of thousands of residents from Hawaii’s Second Congressional district will receive an invitation by telephone to participate in the call ahead of the town hall.

What: Telephone Town Hall hosted by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

When: Noon HST Wednesday, Jan. 29

Call-in number: 877-229-8493

Event ID: 112248

Participants will also be given the opportunity to leave a message with their questions or comments at the end of the call, if time runs out.

For those unable to participate in the telephone town hall, questions or concerns can be sent to Gabbard by calling any of her offices in Hawaii or Washington, by visiting her website at, connecting with her on Facebook at, or following her on Twitter at

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