Republican Rep. Jody Hice plans on hosting a live telephone town hall with constituents in Georgia’s 10th Congressional District on Thursday, Oct 12, at 6:15 p.m.
Hice will update residents on legislation and local and national affairs during the town hall. The telephone town hall will also give residents the opportunity to pose their questions to the congressman directly.
Hice has been the Georgia 10th district representative since 2015 and currently serves on the House Oversight, Government Reform Committee and the House Natural Resources Committee.
Since January of this year, he serves as vice chairman of the Subcommittee on Government Operations for the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
According to the press release, this is the 11th conference call hosted since Hice came into office in 2015 and fifth time hosting the event this year.
“With so much going on currently before Congress, fostering thoughtful discussion, where my constituents and I can talk about the issues of the day, is of the utmost importance,” said Hice in the press release. “That’s why I regularly host Telephone Town Halls, which are an effective, large-scale effort to stay in touch with my constituents as part of my communication outreach.”
The telephone town hall will be open to the public.