Upcoming Meetings in the District for Representative Cindy Pugh (R)No Town Hall Meetings currently available.
Apparently, that's true. But her constituents who want to talk to her in her district--although this information is nowhere on her webpage--can engage with her at three "information gathering meetings"on April 13.
Has the co-founder of the SW Metro Tea Party and the North Star Tea Patriots learned something from her movement years, when Tea Party members show up and got loud at hall towns?
Although we're not sure who's going to get excited by the description of "information gathering meetings" found on the page of Jerry Hertaus (R-Greenfield), who represents the A side of Senate District 33 in the House.
From the news release DISTRICT 33 LEGISLATORS TO HOLD INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS APRIL 13TH:
District 33 legislators Senator David Osmek (R-Mound), Representative Jerry Hertaus (R-Greenfield), and Representative Cindy Pugh (R- Chanhassen) will hold a series of information gathering meetings on Saturday, April 13th across the district in order to listen to the concerns, issues and priorities important to Senate District 33 constituents during this 88th legislative session.
As part of our form of government and representative democracy, information gathering and constituent input is an important and necessary part of the legislative process. SD 33 legislators desire to better represent area constituents by hearing their concerns regarding proposed legislation affecting state policies, proposed budgets, taxes, spending and civil and criminal laws.
The series of three (3) meetings will all take place on Saturday, April 13, 2013. The meetings are open to the public and are free of charge. Please consider attending the meeting closest and most convenient for you as follows;
Saturday, April 13, 2013
10:00A.M. -11:00 A.M.
Carver County Library
7711 Kerber Boulevard
Mound High School Theatre
5905 Sunnyfield Rd East
Hennepin County Library
5184 Main Street East
Maple Plain, Minnesota
Bluestem does hope that the constiuents show up, but why not just call these town halls?
Bonus round: from Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin’s Speech at CPAC:
Tea Party Patriots gave Cindy Pugh the nickname Sunshine Cindy because she is one of the happiest, most cheerful patriots we know. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann inspired this mother of 2 to stand for principle and run for elected office. Now Cindy is a state rep fighting for freedom in MN.
Photo: Sunshine Cindy Pugh, R-Chanhassen.
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