Rep. Huffman Holds First Telephone Town Hall

May 23, 2013

WASHINGTON­—Congressman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) held his first Telephone Town Hall yesterday, connecting with more than 10,000 constituents from California’s 2nd Congressional District.

“It was a privilege to speak with so many of my constituents and answer questions about my work representing them in Congress,” Congressman Huffman said. “As I return to California for a week of in-person meetings and visits, this was a great opportunity to use my time in Washington to connect with my constituents.”

Huffman took 16 questions in total, covering national issues ranging from bipartisanship in Congress, to his vote against the Keystone XL pipeline, to creating jobs while responsibly reducing the deficit. He also addressed federal issues important to his congressional district, including dam removal on the Klamath River and the VA backlog in Northern California.

Audio of the Telephone Town Hall can be streamed HERE.

Constituents may sign up for future Telephone Town Halls HERE.