Rep. Mike Coffman Set To Hold Town Hall

AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Republican congressman Mike Coffman is holding his first town hall of the Trump administration Wednesday.

Coffman’s town hall will run for one hour from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Education Building 2 South of the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus at East 17th Place. It is open only to people who signed up for tickets. Questioners will be selected based on a lottery and signs are barred.

mike coffman Rep. Mike Coffman Set To Hold Town Hall

Rep. Mike Coffman (credit: CBS)

Those precautions are to try to prevent the confrontations other Republicans have faced in town halls this year. Coffman represents a district won by Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. He is often targeted by Democrats seeking to replace him.

LINK: Town Hall Information

Coffman supported the Republican health care bill this year. Coffman was already confronted by a hostile crowd over his positions in January when he met constituents at a library. He left that event through the back door.

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  1. Can someone please ask Rep Coffman why Denver residents are not asked to vote whether we want to have a sanctuary city? Who will pay for the loss if it is passed and President Trump denies funds to our city

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