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Congressman Tom Cole hosts town hall meetings

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla._U.S. Representative Tom Cole will host a series of town hall meetings across Oklahoma over the next few weeks.

Cole’s series of town hall meetings started at noon Tuesday in Moore. Five more town hall meetings are scheduled until his final meeting in Lawton on September 3.

Everyone is invited to attend the meetings. Cole will talk about the issues facing the nation, provide a legislative update to constituents and answer questions from the audience.

Tuesday, August 18 at noon
Moore Public Library
Rooms A & B
225 South Howard Avenue
Moore, OK 73160

Thursday, August 20 at 5:30 p.m. 
East Central University
Estep Auditorium
1100 East 14th Street
Ada, OK 74820

Tuesday, August 25 at noon
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
Te Ata Auditorium
1727 West Alabama Avenue
Chickasha, OK 73018

Thursday, August 27 at 5:30 p.m. 
Ardmore Convention Center
2401 North Rockford Road
Ardmore, OK 73401

Tuesday, September 1 at 5:30pm 
Rose State College
Professional Training Center
6420 Southeast 15th Street
Midwest City, OK 73110

Thursday, September 3 at noon 
Great Plains Technology Center
Auditorium (Room 118)
4500 West Lee Boulevard
Lawton, OK 73505

For questions or more information, contact Cole’s Norman office at (405) 329-6500. 

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