Rep. Lance to Host 44th Town Hall Meeting

Rep. Leonard Lance at a town hall meeting he held in February at Raritan Valley Community College. Credits: Curtis Leeds / TAPinto Flemington-Raritan file photo

WESTFIELD, NJ - New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance (R-7th) will host his 44th in-person town hall meeting next week.

The event will be held Tuesday in the Roy Smith Theatre at Union County College.

The meeting will begin 5:30 p.m. The college is located at 1033 Springfield Ave. in Cranford.

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Lance's other town hall meetings held this year were filled to capacity and included some vigourous exchanges between the Congressman and voters.

During Tuesday's town hall, Lance will take questions and discuss the important issues facing Congress and the American people, including health care reform, the President’s budget plan, tax reform and foreign affairs. 

Additionally, members of Lance’s staff will be available to assist residents who are experiencing difficulties with federal agencies such as the IRS, Social Security Administration, Veterans Affairs, the State Department or any other federal agency.

The event is free and open to residents of the state's Seventh Congressional District only. Tickets are required for all attendees. They will be available online through Lance’s website at beginning Monday, May 29 at noon.

Those interested in attending must visit 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

For more information, call Lance’s Westfield District Office at 908-518-7733.

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