The Maine Dems has a new initiative we hope to get your help on in the next week.
As most of you probably know, Susan Collins hasn’t held a Town Hall in more than 20 years. So we’re collecting questions from her constituents and plan to take some volunteers to hand deliver them to her office. We’ve put together a handy form for anyone that wants to submit questions to do so.
We want to collect as many questions as we can!
Email any questions about our initiative to the MDP Communications Director, Seth Nelson at email@example.com
Facebook Post: Susan Collins hasn't held a Town Hall for more than two decades... so we decided to help her out by collecting questions from her constituents and personally delivering them to her offices. Submit your questions here: https://my.mainedems.org/act/questions-for-collins
Twitter Post: .@SenatorCollins hasn't held a Town Hall for 20+ years… so we decided to help her out by collecting questions from her constituents and personally delivering them to her offices. Ask your questions here: #QuestionsForCollins #mepolitics #MESen https://my.mainedems.org/act/questions-for-collins
If you have a question for Susan Collins, please click here to submit them!
Susan Collins has been silent on a variety of issues, or saying one thing while doing another. Here are some great subjects to ask her about:
* Her repeated votes to dismantle affordable health care for Mainers * Her vote for the Tax Scam Trump’s reckless trade policies * Her support for extreme right wing judges * Her support for Mitch McConnell * How she’s being funded by out-of-state special interests and not Mainers * The fact that she hasn’t held any Town Halls in 20+ years
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