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The Gloucester Times: Moulton to Host Town Hall Meeting in Reading

February 22nd, 2017

SALEM — On March 4, Congressman Seth Moulton, D-MA, will host a public town hall meeting in Reading.

The town hall meeting will run from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 in the community room at the Reading Public Library, 64 Middlesex Ave., in Reading.

Moulton hosted a town hall in Gloucester two weeks ago attended by more than 300 people. Hundreds more tuned in via Moulton’s Facebook which streamed the town hall live for those who could not attend in person.

Moulton has held more town hall meetings than any Democrat in the House and Senate, according to his office, and constituents are encouraged to ask Moulton questions about any issues on their mind.

District residents can learn more about Moulton by visiting his website or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Medium.

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