Sewell to conduct series of town hall meetings
BIRMINGHAM, AL -- Terri A. Sewell, candidate for U.S. Congress, has announced plans to bring her message of job creation, investing in education, and providing affordable access to health care directly to the people of Alabama's 7th Congressional District.
Sewell will be conducting a series of town hall meetings throughout the district in the coming weeks, with the first such event scheduled to take place in Dallas County.
"I'm looking forward to this opportunity to speak directly to voters all across the district about the issues that are important to the region," Sewell said. "These town hall meetings will provide me with an opportunity to hear directly from the people of the 7th Congressional District about their concerns so I can better serve this district in Congress."
Sewell recently qualified for the July 13 runoff election for the Democratic nomination by leading all other candidates with 37% of the vote in the June 1 Democratic primary. Sewell hopes to become the first African-American female ever elected to Congress from the state of Alabama.
Terri Sewell has picked up key endorsements such as EMILY's List, Women’s Campaign Forum, the Birmingham News, and the Selma Times Journal, among others.
For more information on Terri Sewell and her campaign, please visit her website at sewellforcongress.com.