What Would You Share With Your Congressman?


NJ 11th for Change is hosting several town hall events with an open invitation to Congressman Frelinghuysen to address the concerns of his constituents in Passaic County.

Frelinghuysen says that he values constituent communication and makes it "a priority to meet regularly with constituents." However, he has not held a town hall since 2013.

We invite Rep. Frelinghuysen to meet with us, the voters of Passiac County, at a town hall meeting on February 22 at 7 p.m., at the United Food and Commercial Workers hall in Little Falls. Please come with questions for the Congressman.

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In addition to inviting Rep. Frelinghuysen, each town hall will feature a panel of speakers including elected officials from the region and policy experts in health care, the environment, immigration, veterans affairs, fiscal concerns, and other issues to address constituent questions.

This town hall is part of a series of four events, one for each county represented in the 11th Congressional District. Join us and let Congressman Frelinghuysen know that voters in all four counties are looking for opportunities to speak with him and for answers to their questions.

Seating is limited in each venue; register for Eventbrite Tickets below which are free but required:
  • Sunday, Feb. 19 at 3 p.m. Sussex:
  • Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 7 p,m, Morris:
  • Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. Passaic:

NJ 11th for Change is a grassroots, nonpartisan coalition dedicated to advocating for all citizens of the 11th Congressional District. We promote political transparency by monitoring the positions and voting record of our congressional representative, by fostering productive citizen-to-representative communication, and by demanding public accountability.

The philosophy of NJ11 For Change is rooted in the belief that decency and fairness is the public's right, and we are committed to advancing common-sense policies that are in the best interests of all.

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