What’s Up with Susan Collins and Town Halls?

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Town halls are essential if citizens hope to have true access to their elected officials, but Senator Susan Collins has not held one in 20 years. Mainers have been calling on her to do so ever since Trump was elected, in ever more creative ways, and they’re not giving up. Featuring voices from Midcoast Indivisible, Lincoln County Indivisible, the Women’s Collective Midcoast, Mainers for Accountable Leadership, and the 16 Counties Coalition.


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Kate Josephs is the host of Concerning Collins, a production of Mainers for Accountable Leadership. She is a full-time activist who has volunteered on state and federal political campaigns for the past 20 years and served on numerous private and nonprofit boards. She is past chair of Lincoln County Indivisible, a 750-member resistance group in Midcoast Maine, a graduate of Emerge Maine, a program that trains Democratic women to run for office, and co‐founder of a local chapter of Maine Episcopal Network for Justice. Josephs spent her career in finance, working in venture capital in NYC & Maine as well as community development finance in Maine. She lives in Damariscotta with her husband, the environmental activist Michael Herz.

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