Sen. Padden to hold 4th District telephone town hall Monday, March 20

Note: The following e-newsletter was sent to Sen. Padden’s subscribers March 17, 2023. To subscribe to Sen. Padden’s newsletter, click here.

I invite you and other 4th Legislative District residents to take part in a district telephone town hall on Monday, March 20, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Invitations to participate will go out just ahead of time via automated phone calls throughout the 4th District, which includes Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake and other communities in northeast Spokane County. Constituents who don’t receive a phone call during this event may call (509) 224-9140 to join in.

The telephone town hall will be similar to a call-in radio program. During this event, I will provide an update on the 2023 legislative session before taking questions from participants.

A telephone town hall is a great and easy way to connect with 4th District constituents from the comfort of their home. It provides me a convenient way to communicate what lawmakers are doing in Olympia and to learn what issues are important to you and others back home.

Most of the legislative session has been completed, but there are several major issues for the Legislature to address during the homestretch, so I look forward to sharing information with you and others and answering questions during the telephone town hall.

I hope you can join me Monday night. 

Best Regards,

Senator Mike Padden

Contact us!

If you have a question or concern about state government, please do not hesitate to contact our office. During the session we are conducting business from our Senate office in Olympia. We are here to serve you!

Phone: (360) 786-7606

Olympia Office: 215 Legislative Modular Building, Olympia, WA 98504-0404

Email address:

PLEASE NOTE: Any email or documents you provide to this office may be subject to disclosure under RCW 42.56. If you would prefer to communicate by phone, please contact Sen. Padden’s Olympia office at (360) 786-7606.

To request public records from Sen. Padden, please contact Randi Stratton, the designated public records officer for the Secretary of the Senate and Senate members.