Rep. Dave Hayes reschedules 10th District telephone town hall to March 1

A scheduling conflict is necessitating Rep. Dave Hayes to cancel his telephone town hall on Thursday, Feb. 18. However, the 10th District lawmaker has rescheduled it to the same time on Tuesday, March 1.

“When we scheduled the telephone town hall, we didn’t realize until this week there would be a conflict on the calendar in which I will be back in the district. However, it is still important to hear from citizens across the 10th District, so I have rescheduled the event for a couple of weeks later,” said Hayes, R-Camano Island.

During the telephone town hall, Hayes will provide an update of the 2016 session and take questions from callers.

“We will be in the final days of the scheduled 60-day session when I hold this event, and it will be an important time to hear about the issues on the minds of our citizens so that I can consider that information when I vote,” said Hayes.

The format is much like a radio call-in talk show. Between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., listeners can call (360) 553-3090 to get connected to Hayes’ telephone town hall event. Any time throughout the hour program, they can press * (star) on their telephone keypads to ask a question.

“It’s a very convenient way to participate and provide input to the legislative process from the comfort of your home. I highly encourage our local citizens to get on the program and ask questions about issues they care about in the district,” said Hayes.

10th District telephone town hall
Rep. Dave Hayes
Tuesday, March 1 – 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Town hall phone: (360) 553-3090

Citizens may also listen online: and enter PIN 784348.

For more information, contact Rep. Hayes’ Olympia office at (360) 786-7914 or visit

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