Congressman Leonard Lance announced today that he will hold a town hall meeting on Tuesday, May 30 at Cranford's Union County College Campus. This will be Lance's 44th town hall. He plans to take questions and discuss topics including tax reform, health care, President Trump's budget plan and foreign affairs, according to a press release sent from Lance's office. Additionally, residents who are experiencing trouble with the IRS, Social Security Administration, Veterans Affairs, the State Department or any other federal agency will be able to receive assistance from members of Lance's staff. The event will be held in the Roy Smith Theatre at Union County College on Tuesday, May 30 at 5:30 p.m. For ticketing information, the press release reads: "The event is free and open to NJ-07 residents only. Tickets are required for all attendees. Tickets will be available online through Lance’s website at lance.house.gov beginning Monday, May 29 at 12 noon. Those interested in attending must visit lance.house.gov to proceed to the online ticket portal. Tickets will available on a first-come, first-served basis until the theatre reaches capacity. Two tickets per online entry. The town hall can also be seen via the Union County College livestream page found at https://livestream.com/UCC-TV. For more information, please call Lance’s Westfield District Office at 908-518-7733.
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