TEXARKANA, Texas. (KTAL/KMSS) – Congressman Pat Fallon is set to host two public town hall events Wednesday in Texas’s Fourth Congressional District.
According to Rep. Fallon, he’s holding these town hall events to give an update on his work in Washington, D.C., and receive feedback from his constituents.
District four holds 18 counties. The congressman says he will host a total of 36 town halls each year. That’s two events per county.
“It’s really the best way to put your hand on the pulse of the district that you want to represent. Is talk to the folks directly,” said Rep. Pat Fallon.
Representative Fallon addresses concerns surrounding the COVID relief bill.
“So much of that money was, unfortunately, inner marked not for COVID relief. In fact, 91 percent of it and we need to be more fiscally responsible,” said Fallon.
Fallon says the purpose of this event is to let the people know they matter.
“I’m a little bit of an extrovert so I really do enjoy visiting with people and nobody in there was compelled to be there,” said Fallon.
Congressman Fallon is a republican representative who’s been serving Texans since 2013. He says his party cares for the communities they serve.
“I want every – everyone no matter shape, size, or shade to understand and realize we want you to live the American dream. We want you to be able to prosper. We want you to live your particular dreams,” said Fallon.
Town Hall in Commerce
- Town Hall in Commerce, at 11 a.m.
- Sam Rayburn Student Center, 2200 Campbell Street, Commerce, TX 75428
Town Hall in Texarkana
- Town Hall in Texarkana, at 6 p.m.
- Truman Arnold Student Center Great Room, 2500 North Robison Road, Texarkana, TX 75599