(Manchester)- On New Year’s Eve, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter announced that she will be holding her first public Town Hall since taking office over a year ago. Unfortunately, for her constituents, an RSVP is required and seating is limited as reported by Foster’s Daily Democrat: Read the full article here.
Congresswoman Shea-Porter’s history of shutting out constituents from Town Halls and even having constituents who disagree with her removed from her events is well documented: Watch the video here.
Ethan Zorfas of the Guinta Campaign released the following statement: “With over 22,000 Granite Staters losing their health insurance, irresponsible federal spending, and concerns over the health of our economy; middle-class families have a lot of questions for their Representative in Washington. But, Congresswoman Shea-Porter is putting the politics of self-interest ahead of New Hampshire families. Granite Staters deserve answers. Holding open Town Halls is part of the New Hampshire culture; is the Congresswoman going to turn people away at the door? Why not move to a bigger venue? And, what is the Congresswoman so afraid of?”