Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-2) last week announced a town hall meeting later this month in Claremore will kick off a series of 26 such meetings in the coming weeks.
Mullin’s first town hall meeting is scheduled for 8-9 a.m. on Friday, March 31 at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore, and he will continue the town hall meets through April 13.
“As your voice in Congress, it’s important that you have the opportunity to express your thoughts and concerns about issues impacting you and your family,” Mullin said. “Each year, I look forward to holding town halls and meeting with people in Oklahoma so that I can take their concerns back to Washington and work on behalf of my constituents. I hope you’ll join me for a town hall near you this spring.”
Following the Claremore town hall meeting, Mullin’s will host meetings in Mayes County, Pittsburg County, Johnson County, Marshall County, Bryan County, Choctaw County, Delaware County, Ottawa County, Craig County, Adair County, Hughes County, Okmulgee County, McIntosh County, Cherokee County, LeFlore County, Haskell County, Latimer County, Coal County, Atoka County, Pushmataha County, and McCurtain County.
All of the town halls are open to the public and free of charge. For more information about the upcoming town hall meetings, their dates and locations, contact Mullin’s Muskogee office at (918) 687-2533 or his McAlester office at (918) 423-5951.