DeLissio to host 111th Town Hall virtually Oct. 14

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6 – State Rep. Pam DeLissio will hold her 111th Town Hall meeting virtually at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14.

Topics will include the status of vote by mail, the ongoing discussions about additional election code-related changes and the recent subpoena issued to the Department of State by the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee requesting information related to the voting records of PA residents. DeLissio will be joined by Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt.

“All elections, including the upcoming municipal election, are of critical importance to our communities, and mail-in ballots have been an important option for voters during the pandemic,” said DeLissio, D-Montgomery/Phila. “I’m pleased to have Commissioner Schmidt join me for this discussion.”

This will be DeLissio’s 19th Town Hall held virtually since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, and DeLissio said the online format continues to provide an excellent way to keep in touch.

The meeting will be held over Zoom and livestreamed to DeLissio’s Facebook page.

To participate through Zoom, those interested must register using this link. After registration, Zoom login information will be sent.

Constituents may also email and a registration link will be sent. Once someone is registered, Zoom login information will be sent.  

Comments or questions can be posted live or emailed in advance to, or by leaving a message at 215-482-8726.

Previous town hall meetings can be viewed on DeLissio’s website at