Category Archives: Town Hall Meeting

Tom Reed’s obfuscation

At Manchester Tom Reed stated: He (Reed) pointed out that misinformation is out there based on previous town hall meetings — including talk about mental health coverage being taken from health care services with the replacement package, which he doesn’t … Continue reading

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Townhall meetings March 11, 2017

 

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Rep. Reed’s March 11 Town Halls

Rep. Tom Reed’s office has announced his next round of Town Hall Meetings. He will be in Tompkins, Seneca, Ontario, and Steuben Counties. on Saturday, March 11, 2017. Southside Community Center, 305 South Plain St. in Ithaca from 8 to … Continue reading

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Positive and negative concepts

As we work to unite this district there are liberal groups attempting to drive us apart and bully us into supporting their extreme agenda.–Tom Reed George Lakoff suggests that progressives “frame the debate” by choosing positive language. For example, he … Continue reading

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Tom Reed needs Tompkins County, and how!

I applaud you for doing a masterful job of dealing with an unruly crowd, with patience and respect. You tried to answer their questions but they didn’t give you a chance to talk very much, or really listen to what … Continue reading

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Town Hall Recordings & Post Cards

Tom Reed has been my representative since November, 2010 when much of the NY23rd was the NY29th. One thing that Rep. Reed brags about is the number of Town Hall meetings  he has held. Usually once a month he dedicates … Continue reading

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NY 23rd’s role in flipping the House and Senate

The main motivating issue that caused the Never Trump Campaign to develop was the fear that the GOP will lose their control of the Senate and the House. If you remember, the House turned Republican in the 2010 non-presidential election. The Senate switched from … Continue reading

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