Rep. Kim Schrier plans virtual “coffee break”

You must RSVP to attend.

Rep. Kim Schrier

Rep. Kim Schrier

Congresswoman Kim Schrier, M.D. (WA-08) announced she will be hosting a “coffee break” virtual town hall for South King County residents on Oct. 22, 2020 at 5 p.m.

Constituents must RSVP to attend. Once they RSVP, they will receive a Zoom link on the day of the town hall. Any questions can be directed to the Schrier’s Issaquah office at 425-657-1001.

To RSVP, head to:

There’s no set agenda for the meeting; Schrier will give some opening remarks and then get right into questions.

If you have a question you’d like to ask her, make sure to write it down when you RSVP. Otherwise, attendees can ask questions through the chatbox on the Zoom platform.

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