Sensenbrenner Town Hall Meetings

Jim SensenbrennerI host many Town Hall Meetings throughout the year to give you the chance to share your views on the issues Congress is dealing with or to help you with problems you may be experiencing with a federal agency. Should you have any questions regarding these upcoming meetings, please contact my District Office at (262) 784-1111 to share your thoughts and concerns.

Friday, October 27
9:00am Rubicon Town Hall, N3864 Highway P
10:00am Neosho Village Hall, 210 South Schuyler Street
11:00am Lebanon Town Hall, N1738 County Road R

Saturday, October 28
9:00am Richfield Town Hall Meeting, Richfield Village Hall, 4125 Hubertus Road
3:00pm Wauwatosa Town Hall Meeting, Wauwatosa Public Library, 7635 W. North Avenue

Sunday, October 29
7:00pm Watertown Municipal Building, 106 Jones Street

from http://sensenbrenner.house.gov/

Cong. Jim Sensenbrenner Town Hall in Wauwatosa on Thu July 6

Starts 7 PM – must be in line by 5:30 – 6 PM to get in! Please note, under Library rules, the occupancy of the meeting room is 125.

Wauwatosa Public Library, 7635 W. North Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213

We in Milwaukee County need to show up at Congressman’s Jim Sensenbrenner’s Town Hall Thursday to counteract all of the liberal Democrats who show up to try to disrupt these events which appears all over the media. The media will talk with us too. We can then present our side to these distorted views of these organized Dem protesters if we are there!

If you have any questions, please call Jim’s office at 262-784-1111, or go to https://sensenbrenner.house.gov/office-hours-town-hall-meetings

U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner: I show up for my constituents

Dear Editor: On March 1, the Cap Times published a column by Dave Zweifel in which he claimed that I “couldn’t possibly think that those constituents are worth representing” referring to those who come to my town hall meetings with views different from my own. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Nationwide, elected officials are being criticized for not holding town hall meetings. I have prioritized them. I hold more than any other member by far — hosting more than 100 meetings annually, and they are all in-person so my constituents, no matter their political leanings, can speak to me face to face.

During the months leading to Nov. 8, I was clear and honest about my agenda, just as I have been since my first term in Congress. Voters know what they’re getting with me, because when I make a promise, I keep it.

Read more by Cong. Jim Sensenbrenner at madison.com

Scott Walker: Against Protests, Republicans Must Stand Strong

Over the last few weeks, angry voters have greeted Republican congressmen in districts around the country. As someone who has confronted similar crowds before — and lived to tell about it — I have a simple message for those lawmakers: It’s put-up or shut-up time.

Those are the exact words I told my fellow Republicans in the State Legislature in 2010, after we made big promises on the campaign trail. It was time to govern, and we did just that by taking on public-sector unions that had too much control over the government. In response, 100,000 protesters descended on the Capitol, while others protested at the executive residence and even my house.

Despite the intimidation, we stood strong in our fight for taxpayers. It paid off, and today the budget is balanced, taxes are down and more people in the state are working than ever.

Read more by Gov. Scott Walker at NYtimes.com

Here Are The Top Ten Lawmakers Holding Town Halls By Party

Cong. Jim Sensenbrenner is #1!

That’s right, the top ten congressmen that are holding the most town halls in order for their constituents to speak to them are exclusively Republican.

Not only that, according to the site Legistorm, 24 of the 28 who have held the most town halls are Republican as well.

Read more at redstate.com

Cong. Jim Sensenbrenner Town Hall Meetings

I host many Town Hall Meetings throughout the year to give you the chance to share your views on the issues Congress is dealing with or to help you with problems you may be experiencing with a federal agency. Should you have any questions regarding these upcoming meetings, please contact my District Office at (262) 784-1111 to share your thoughts and concerns.

Saturday, March 4
9:00am Delafield City Hall, 500 Genesee Street
1:00pm Lake Mills Community Center, 200 Water Street

Sunday, March 11th
9:00am Germantown Village Hall, N112W17001 Mequon Road
1:00pm Brookfield Public Safety Building, 2100 N. Calhoun Road

Monday, March 13th
7:00pm Wauwatosa Public Library, 7635 W. North Avenue

Saturday, March 18th
9:00am West Bend City Hall, 1115 S. Main Street
1:00pm West Allis Public Library, 7421 W. National Avenue

from http://sensenbrenner.house.gov/contact/

Swarming crowds and hostile questions are the new normal at GOP town halls

Republicans in deep-red congressional districts spent the week navigating massive crowds and hostile questions at their town hall meetings — an early indication of how progressive opposition movements are mobilizing against the agenda of the GOP and President Trump.

Read more by Kelsey Snell, Paul Schwartzman, Steve Friess and David Weigel at washingtonpost.com

Live at the CNN Wisconsin Town Hall, It Looked Just as Rough for Trump as on TV

Though the CNN town hall in Milwaukee on Tuesday night, held in the historic Riverside Theater, was organized rather suddenly (I was notified of it the previous Friday and given only until 5:00 PM to apply for tickets and submit questions), organizers were nonetheless able to fill about half the theater’s seats. This comes to well over a thousand people, surely indicative of the unusual importance of this year’s primary election in Wisconsin. (And also of the seriousness with which Wisconsinites take their politics.)

Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com