Sen. Lee to host town halls across state

UTAH – Sen. Mike Lee announced dates and locations for five upcoming town hall meetings throughout the state of Utah. He will visit with and take questions from constituents in hour-long events in Spanish Fork, Plain City, Tooele, Farmington, and Kanab.

Lee will also live-stream the town hall events via Ustream on his Facebook page for those not able to attend in-person. Online viewers are invited to submit questions through Facebook or Twitter, using #LeeTownHall.

The dates, times, and locations of the town hall meetings are listed below:

Spanish Fork

  • 7 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 21.
  • High Chaparral Building on the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds, 475 South Main St.

Plain City

  • 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug, 22
  • Senior Center, 4160 West 2200 North


  • 7 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 27
  • Old Court House, 57 South Main St.


  • 7 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 28
  • Davis County Administration Building. South Main St.


  • 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept.5 
  • Kanab High School. 59 East Cowboy Drive


Submitted by: The Office of Sen. Mike Less

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Twitter: @STGnews

Offices of Sen. Mike Lee

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  • Cathy Burrows August 21, 2013 at 8:59 am

    This Senator appears to be experiencing a difficult time as his proposals are not those popular with the nation and voters. He is not connecting with either the moderate Republicans or Democrats. Word is that Utah voters are searching for someone to replace Lee in the next election.

    • Alvin August 21, 2013 at 10:53 am

      Actually, his comments, views and proposals are not popular with the Washington DC elite. I think many folks here in Utah agree with his actions and general activity back in DC. Of course he ‘s not popular there, too many senior Senators and Congressmen are entrenched in a stale parasitic state of mind when it comes to what is right for our nation. I just hope he can survive for maybe one more term (yes, i like term limits) and change some things. He’s much more valuable right now than our own geriatric Orrin Hatch. What service does he provide for us again?

  • Karen August 21, 2013 at 12:50 pm

    The headline should read “Sen. Lee to host town halls across state except where all the people live”. Amazing that he is excluding Salt Lake County where he might actually get asked a real question. Here’s hoping he is a one-term senator!!

  • Tom August 21, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    Lee, “the crusader” actually wears blinders instead of a mask and his “cape” is a golden parachute to insure that he never suffers from the things he is trying to foist off on the public. His “public” lives in backwoods and backwater Utah. While he and his “public” may see him as a savior, most everyone else in the rest of the country see him, Rubio, Cruz, et. al., as buffoons on soap boxes.

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