Attend a Town Hall Meeting

One of the most effective—and most underutilized—ways to communicate directly with Members of
Congress, state legislators, and local elected officials is to attend their town hall meetings. Policymakers take to heart what they hear directly from constituents who make the effort to show up at a town hall meeting.

Attending a town hall and asking questions related to UO's legislative priorities is a great way to support students and the university. If you're interested in attending a town hall, we encourage you to email [email protected] to get a list of sample questions related to our current agenda. We are also happy to help answer any questions you may have. 

Find a town hall in your area from the list below and register to attend as a UO Advocate! Need a refresher on which district you live in? Find your legislator here! 

 

District Elected Official Date Time Format Registration & Location
HD-52

Representative

Anna Williams

11/30/21 6-7 p.m. Virtual Town Hall Discussing Child Abuse Prevention & Victim Services  Register Here!
SD-7

Senator

James Manning

11/29/21 6 p.m. Virtual Town Hall Register Here!

 


Want to show your UO pride on zoom?
Use these zoom backgrounds when you attend town hall meetings with policymakers! To use the background:

  1. Click on the link above the background you would like to use.
  2. The background will open in a new browser window. 
  3. Right-click the photo and select "save image as." 
  4. Follow Zoom's instructions to use the virtual background in your zoom account. 

U.S. Capitol Background (DC) 

 

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Oregon State Capitol Background (Salem) 

 

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