While not in Josephine County, this is an historic event.
From Senator Wyden’s Press Release:
“Nothing has been more important in my public service than keeping my promise to listen to Oregonians in each of our state’s 36 counties each year,” Wyden said. “I’m honored that Oregonians have given me the opportunity to answer their questions and share their ideas in keeping with the best of the Oregon Way of coming together to find solutions, starting with my first town hall in Wheeler County and continuing through each county in our state.”
“It’s my privilege to represent Oregonians in every one of our counties. And choosing the county for my 1,000th town hall posed a challenge as hard as somehow having to pick between sunrises in the Cascades or sunsets on the Coast,” Wyden said. “Ultimately, I chose Lane County because it’s where I first fell in love with our state five decades back as a law student at the University of Oregon. I very much look forward to this virtual town hall in Lane County; the upcoming town halls scheduled for Columbia, Washington and Multnomah counties; and many more to come in every nook and cranny of Oregon.”
Below is a link to Senator Wyden’s full press release as well as the Facebook event where you can watch this landmark town hall.