DeLissio to host 78th Town Hall meeting Oct. 18

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 4 – State Rep. Pamela A. DeLissio, D-Montgomery/Phila., will hold her 78th Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 in the library at Belmont Hills Elementary School, 200 School St., Bala Cynwyd 19004.  There will be plenty of free parking spaces available to attendees.

DeLissio will focus on the critical issues that have not been dealt with in this session, including, redistricting, campaign finance, criminal justice, and voting reforms. In addition, DeLissio will discuss how state government may now play an even more impactful role on citizens’ lives as a result of federal decisions.

“There is much work to do in Harrisburg with very few session days remaining before the term ends November 30th.  I want to make sure my constituents are aware how the legislature has failed to confront some of the bigger issues that affect Pennsylvanians,” DeLissio said.


“I have conducted town halls during my entire time in office and I always welcome new people who may have not yet attended,” DeLissio added. “The location rotates throughout the district and it is great to see folks from all corners of the district attend. I welcome questions and comments, and look forward to our discussion.”


Pam Packard from Merion Station commented, “I can't think of a more empowering way to take on the political craziness we're currently enduring than by participating in a DeLissio Town Hall. Spending 90 minutes with Representative DeLissio gives you back the feeling that it's YOUR government!" 


More information can be obtained by calling DeLissio’s office at 215-482-8726 or visiting