Entenman, Sullivan to participate in 47th District Telephone Town Hall

Entenman, Sullivan to participate in 47th District Telephone Town Hall

Feb. 3 from 6-7 p.m.

  • Thursday, January 30, 2020 3:05pm
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State Reps. Debra Entenman, D-Kent, and Pat Sullivan, D-Covington, will participate in a 47th Legislative District Telephone Town Hall from 6 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 3.

The district covers part of southeast King County, including portions of Kent, Covington and Auburn.

An automated system will call out to landlines in the district. All you have to do is accept the call and press *3 to ask questions. The call-in number is 877-229-8493, then enter PIN: 116361.

If you don’t have a landline, you can sign up to be called when the event begins at vekeo.com/WHDC47.

Entenman and Sullivan will answer questions about the current legislative session in Olympia. The two said they want to hear directly from their constituents because it is the best way to ensure that they are representing you.




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