UPDATE | Rep. Robertson rescheduled town hall for April 13

The hourlong event will give citizens a chance to learn, ask questions of the legislative session.

Rep. Eric Robertson, R-31

Rep. Eric Robertson, R-31

April 8 update: Rep. Eric Robertson, R-Sumner, announced that due to late House floor action last night, he has rescheduled his 31st District virtual town hall meeting to Tuesday, April 13 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Participants who have pre-registered for the cancelled April 7 event will not need to register again. Those who would still like to register for the April 13 event can go to RepresentativeEricRobertson.com.

Original April 5 article: Washington State representative Eric Robertson (R-Sumner) will host a virtual town hall Wednesday evening to update citizens on the legislative session and take questions from constituents.

The 60-minute Zoom meeting starts at 6 p.m, and attendees must pre-register by visiting RepresentativeEricRobertson.com and following the drop-down link to register. The town hall can only accommodate the first 500 attendees.

Robertson represents the 31st District, which includes covers much of southeast King County, including the cities of Enumclaw and Buckley.

For more information or questions, email Robertson at Eric.Robertson@leg.wa.gov or call (360) 786-7866.

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