Raleigh, NC—Congresswoman Deborah Ross (NC-02) announced today she will host a telephone town hall, entitled the State of Wake, on Monday, March 14th at 8:00 p.m., to offer her constituents an opportunity to share their thoughts and ask questions about issues important to them and their families. Congresswoman Ross will be joined by experts from the community to help answer inquiries on everything from inflation and the economy, to the situation in Ukraine, to how to access benefits and resources as our community continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The town hall will last approximately one hour and offer residents of North Carolina’s Second Congressional District a simple and convenient way to connect directly with their congressional representative.

“A fundamental part of my job as your representative in Congress is to listen to the people of Wake County and use your input to guide my legislative work in Washington,” said Congresswoman Ross. “This telephone town hall is part of my office’s effort to offer convenient ways for constituents to participate in the political process and share their concerns with me from the comfort of their own homes. I encourage interested residents of North Carolina’s Second Congressional District to submit questions and call-in next week so that we can have a lively discussion.”

The State of Wake Telephone Town Hall will be held on Monday, March 14th at 8:00 p.m. Some residents of North Carolina’s Second Congressional District, which includes most of Wake County, may receive an automated telephone call from Congresswoman Ross’ office that will give them the option to be automatically connected into the telephone town hall. In addition, constituents may join the town hall by calling toll-free (833)-479-1988. Anyone on the call may listen to the live event and specific instructions will be provided for callers who wish to ask a question. Constituents can also listen to an audio stream of the event online by visiting ross.house.gov/live. Registration is not required, but to submit a question in advance, residents can click here or RSVP here.