Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Hear the silky voices of your state legislators tomorrow night

Posted By on Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 10:39 AM

Are you irate over the prospect of more state transportation funding? Puzzled why legislators can't curb human trafficking? Or maybe you just want to know how Gov. What's-his-name is going to work with Olympia to plug its massive education and budget deficits?

Well tomorrow, you can slip out of your clothes, dim the lights and call up your lawmakers. All three of Spokane's legislators — Sen. Andy Billig, along with Reps. Timm Ormsby and Marcus Riccelli — are putting their silky, smooth voices on the line to take your questions. Details in the press release: 


Who: Sen. Andy Billig, Reps. Timm Ormsby and Marcus Riccelli

What: Telephone town hall

When: 6 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, January 30

Where: 3rd Legislative District, Spokane

Why: To hold a live, interactive discussion with constituents about the 2013 legislative session currently underway in Olympia, and issues of particular interest to the greater Spokane region.

Under the telephone town hall format, thousands of 3rd LD constituents will receive a phone call to their homes at around 6 p.m. on Wednesday, January 30. Those who choose to participate in the call may ask the legislators questions directly by pressing *3 on their phones. For the duration of the call, the legislators will take questions live on a variety of issues.

Residents who do not automatically receive a call, as well as members of the media, can join the live town hall beginning at 6:00 p.m. by dialing toll-free 1-877-229-8493, and entering ID code 18646 when prompted.


For more information:

Sen. Andy Billig, 360-786-7604 or [email protected]

Rep. Timm Ormsby, 360-786-7946 or [email protected]

Rep. Marcus Riccelli, 360-786-7888 or [email protected]

Staff: Adam Wilson, 360-786-7328 or [email protected]

Jennifer Waldref, 360-786-7201 or [email protected]

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