Congressman Mullin to hold Cherokee County town hall meeting
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Congressman Markwayne Mullin announced Oct. 4 he will hold a town hall meeting at 10 a.m., Oct. 6 in Tahlequah for his constituents in the Second District of Oklahoma at the First Baptist Church at 201 Commercial Road.
The town hall meeting follows an invitation-only meeting the congressman held in Tahlequah on Aug. 9 and a meeting on April 11 that was to be held at Sequoyah High School but was cancelled at the last minute. Mullin’s office cited safety concerns for canceling the meeting.
The media advisory announcing the Oct. 6 meeting states:
“Please be advised that all town halls, scheduled meetings, and events are subject to last minute cancellation due to votes on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. In the event of a cancellation, the Congressman’s Facebook and Twitter pages will provide an update.”
After the cancellation of the April 11 meeting, Mullin vowed to reschedule the town hall for a later date.
Mullin is a Republican representative from Westville, Oklahoma, and represents Congressional District 2. A citizen of the Cherokee Nation, Mullin is the only Cherokee member of Congress.