Congressman Duncan Announces District Events

September 21, 2011
Press Release

Washington, DC- Congressman Jeff Duncan announces listening sessions for the upcoming district work week:

On Monday, September 26th at 1:00pm the Congressman will be holding office hours at his Congressional Office located in Seneca at 135 Suite B, Eagles Nest Drive.  Constituents are asked to contact Congressman Duncan’s office at 864-224-7401 to set up an appointment.

Later that evening, the Congressman will be holding a “listening session,” his second in Oconee in the last month, in Salem at the Keowee Key Activity Center located on 1 Country Club Drive from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.  The event is free and open to the public.

On Tuesday, September 27th at 10:30am the Congressman will be holding office hours at his Congressional Office located in Laurens at 200 Courthouse Public Square.  Constituents are asked to contact Congressman Duncan’s office at 864-681-1028 to set up an appointment.

On Wednesday September 28th at 9:00am the Congressman will be holding office hours at his Congressional Office located in Greenwood at 600 Monument Street, Park Plaza, Room 104.  Constituents are asked to contact Congressman Duncan’s office at 864-681-1028 to set up an appointment.

On Thursday September 29th at 10:30am the Congressman will be holding office hours at his Congressional Office in Anderson at 303 West Beltline Blvd.  Constituents are asked to contact Congressman Duncan’s office at 864-224-7401 to set up an appointment.

“We’ve held several ‘listening sessions’ across the district and have found that they’re great way for taking South Carolinians concerns back to Washington.  I’m always looking for ways to do a better job listening, which is why I also wanted to give constituents a chance to share their concerns in a more private setting.  I think most people overwhelmingly believe that our political system is broken, but what’s important to remember is that the solution to getting our country back on track lies with the people who make America great.  If politicians spent more time listening to the people they are supposed to represent, I’m confident our country would be in a much better situation today” said Duncan.

 

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