Parker to hold two town halls Feb. 20


Rep. Kevin Parker, R-Spokane, will host two town halls in Spokane on Saturday, Feb. 20 to hear from constituents.

More than half-way through the 60-day legislative session, Parker will update constituents on action in Olympia and take their questions and concerns about state issues. The first town hall will focus on education issues, and the second town hall will focus on economic issues.

“I would like to discuss these two critical issues with the community,” Parker said. “Everything in the Legislature begins with listening and all politics is local.”

9 – 10 a.m.
Ridgeview Elementary School, multipurpose room
5610 North Maple Street, Spokane

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11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Museum of Arts and Culture
2316 W. First Ave, Spokane


“There are many critical issues in front of the Legislature right now, ranging from tax proposals, public safety, education reform and economic issues,” Parker said. “I look forward to giving the people of Spokane a snapshot of what’s happening in Olympia and further learning how proposed legislation positively and negatively impact lives.”

There is no RSVP required to attend either town hall.


Contact: Sarah Lamb, public information officer, (360) 786-7720


Washington State House Republican Communications