DeLissio to hold 120th Town Hall at Cathedral Village Sept. 22

HARRISBURG, Sept. 16 – State Rep. Pamela A. DeLissio, D-Montgomery/Phila., will hold her 120th Town Hall in person and virtually at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22.

The in-person meeting will be held in the auditorium at Cathedral Village, 600 E. Cathedral Road, 19128.

Free parking is available in the St. Mary’s Church parking lot or along Cathedral Road. For public transportation, people can use Bus Route 9 and 27.

“We will discuss the benefits of open primaries and the impact of money in state politics including gift ban legislation,” DeLissio said.  

Patrick Christmas, Policy Director, Committee of Seventy, Michael Pollack, Executive Director , March on Harrisburg, and Sarah Miller, Director of Social Policy, PA League of Women Voters, experts on addressing these topics, will join Representative DeLissio.

“The meeting will be also held over Zoom and Facebook Live and I look forward to offering my constituents this town hall in person and virtually,” she added. 

To participate by Zoom, those interested should register by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21 by clicking here.  After registration, Zoom login information will be sent. 

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

To join on Facebook, those interested should visit

“This is my 120th Town Hall, a record that I am very proud of – as not too many of my colleagues offer town halls on a regular basis, let alone have held 120 of them in 12 years,” said DeLissio.

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

DeLissio said that if people are unable to attend virtually or in person, the video of the town hall will be available on DeLissio’s Facebook page and website.

“This will be my 28th town hall offered virtually since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, and it has proven to be an excellent way to continue to converse and share information with my constituents who prefer or are unable to meet in person. Redistricting officially takes place on December 1, 2022, and in the interim we are happy to include those new constituents now. I am excited to meet and greet new faces and see familiar ones – all are welcome,” DeLissio said.

The outcome of the decennial redistricting has changed district boundaries of the 194th. New areas of the district will include Ward 38 divisions 11 and 18 in East Falls and Ward 9 divisions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 16 and 17 of Chestnut Hill.

More information can be obtained by calling 215-482-8726 or by visiting