For Immediate Release

CONTACT: Bud Jackson


DATE: July 24, 2019


U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-10) hasn't held a town hall in months. Now he's controlling an upcoming town hall by requiring constituents RSVP and to present a valid ID.

Statement: Bud Jackson, Eugene DePasquale campaign spokesperson

Most of Scott Perry’s constituents can’t even recall the last time he hosted a public event to be held accountable and more transparent. Now he’s trying to raise the barrier of entry even higher for constituents who want answers and wish to be heard.

Unlike Scott Perry, Eugene DePasquale believes in more transparency and accountability. He will not intimidate constituents by requiring a valid ID to ask questions or to provide him valuable feedback. Eugene will hold quarterly town hall meetings that encourage more open dialogue, participation, and accountability.


Perry’s Town Hall Announcement Press Release:

For Immediate Release: July 24, 2019

Hummelstown, PA

Congressman Scott Perry will host another town hall meeting on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, at the Hummelstown Fire Department, 249 East Main St., Hummelstown, PA from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

“Our Hummelstown town hall is the latest in a series of events that I’ve held as a public official. Town halls have always been one of the great means of gathering feedback and hearing from the people I represent,” said Congressman Perry.

Congressman Perry has conducted over 20 in-person town halls, in addition to dozens of Facebook and Tele-Town Halls. In addition, he’s met with – and continues to meet – on a regular basis, numerous constituents who request individual discussions regarding matters facing the 10th District and the Nation.

Space is limited. Only residents of the 10th Congressional District of Pennsylvania will be admitted, and an RSVP is required for each person attending the event. Valid photo ID is necessary for admittance; information on the ID must match the RSVP information. Children under 16 may be admitted without ID, but still require RSVP.

Please visit to RSVP.

For those without / with limited internet access, please contact Congressman Perry’s Washington office at 202-225-5836 to RSVP. 

The event will be live-streamed through the Congressman’s Facebook page, The town hall is open to members of the professional media. To confirm media attendance, please contact Brandy Brown, Communications Director, at

For those unable to attend the event, please subscribe to updates from Representative Perry’s website or “like” his page on Facebook for additional information regarding future events. 


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