Brindisi continues commitment to listen to Upstate New Yorkers, holds town halls in McGraw and Norwich
Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) held his second town hall in two days, answering questions yesterday in McGraw and tonight in Norwich. Brindisi took questions directly from the audience on topics including prescription drugs prices, health care, veterans issues, infrastructure and education.
“My number one priority is solving problems for Upstate New York,” Brindisi said. “That means showing up, being accountable and hearing about the issues important to our communities. From prescription drug costs to infrastructure to student loan debt, I’m focused on issues that matter most to Upstate New Yorkers.”
Brindisi has held town halls in Binghamton, Rome, Cazenovia, McGraw, Norwich and at Colgate University. He has pledged to hold at least one town hall each month, visiting every county in the district in 2019.