Tester to Host Town Hall Meeting in Great Falls

(U.S. Senate) – U.S. Senator Jon Tester today announced he will host an in-person town hall meeting in Great Falls on Saturday to meet with and hear from Montanans face-to-face.

With the looming repeal of the Affordable Care Act, Montana’s crumbling infrastructure, and following President Trump’s joint address to Congress, Tester wants to hear from Montanans about what they need from Congress.

“There’s a lot of uncertainty coming out of Washington these days and I want to hear from my bosses—the people of Montana,” said Tester. “Whether it’s online, over the phone, or meeting face-to-face, gathering feedback from Montanans is critically important to serving our great state.” 

Tester will be joined by health care experts representing rural Montana, veterans, and Indian Country.

Town Hall Meeting
Great Falls College MSU
Heritage Hall
2100 16th Ave. South
Great Falls, Montana
Saturday, March 4, 2017
1:00 p.m.—2:00 p.m.

The announcement comes after Tester’s numerous public events across Montana, including over a dozen health care events, and an unprecedented volume of phone calls, emails, and letters from Montanans who want to engage in important policy discussions.

The event is free and open to the public, folks interested in attending can RSVP below: