“It’s long past time voters got the opportunity to hear straight from Kay why she supported amnesty, why she drove up federal spending, and why she described herself on national television as being pro-choice.”
Fort Worth, TX - Chris Putnam, successful conservative businessman and candidate for TX-12, has invited Kay Granger to three town halls to be held in each county in the district. Each of the proposed town hall meetings is to center on a different key issue facing the constituents of Texas’12th Congressional District. This is an open invitation, and dates are subject to change to accommodate Rep. Granger's availability.
January 30th - Parker County Town Hall on Immigration
February 5th - Wise County Town Hall on Spending
February 13th - Tarrant County Town Hall on Life
Date TBD - Parker County Town Hall on Second Amendment
Date TBD - Wise County Town Hall on Drugs and the Border Wall
Date TBD - Tarrant County Town Hall on Government Waste and Transparency
“Kay Granger has spent 23 years in Congress hiding from her constituents. It’s long past time voters got the opportunity to hear straight from Kay why she supported amnesty, why she drove up federal spending, and why she described herself on national television as being pro-choice,” explained Putnam, “I’ve always stood for increased transparency, that’s why when I represent this district, voters won’t need to wait years to hear from me at a town hall. I look forward to hearing from Representative Granger and having this dialogue with voters here in Tarrant, Parker, and Wise counties.”
For more information on Chris Putnam and his candidacy for Texas’ 12th Congressional District, please visit www.putnamfortexas.com.