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Town Hall meet on health care planned Feb. 20

YOUNGSVILLE -- U.S. Senate candidates have been invited to a town hall meeting focused on health care hosted by a trio non-partisan identified groups.

The Indivisible Groups Triangle Daily Call, Indivisible Progressives of Franklin County and Swing Left are hosting the Feb. 20 event at the Youngsville Community House, from 6-8:30 p.m.

Sen. Thom Tillis has been invited, but has yet to respond, organizers said.

Democrat candidates Erica Smith and Calvin Cunningham and Libertarian Shannon Bray plan to attend, organizers said.

The meeting, which is open to the public, will focus on health care, but other topics are slated to be discussed and those in attendance are invited to ask questions.

The Youngsville Community House is located at 115 E. Main Street.


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Members Opinions:
February 13, 2020 at 1:49pm
"Non-partisan identified groups"?

Let's look at the names. Indivisible Progressives of Franklin County. Swing Left.

Sounds kinda like they have an agenda and maybe they want a Dem?

I wouldn't trust the Dems with a peanut butter sandwich, much less the healthcare of everyone in the USA.



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