PA's missing senator is finally taking calls
In light of mounting pressure to interact with his constituents, U.S. Senator Pat Toomey relents a little more with time.
Pennsylvania constituents, get your phones ready. U.S. Senator Pat Toomey - seemingly - wants to hear from you.
Facing constant pressure since November, whether from the grassroots organization Tuesday's with Toomey or others, Toomey continues to make minuscule progress on his efforts to interact with the communities he represents.
Today at 5 PM, Toomey will hold yet another “telephone town halls” where he'll take questions from the general public via phone and Facebook message.
The announcement came last night a full day prior, which is yet another improvement on Toomey's practices. Toomey received backlash after he held a phone conference in February, which he announced roughly an hour beforehand.
But still, this is an improvement. Tuesday's with Toomey, has been very adamant about ensuring that the senator host a town hall in one of the largest cities in the commonwealth.
And while the meeting is still yet to happen, Toomey has shown that with continued pressure, he can give a little more.