Senator Cantwell Announces Town Hall Events

Cantwell to hear from constituents on health care, net neutrality, other issues important to Washington state

Seattle, WA – U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) has announced three town hall events in Seattle and the surrounding area between July 5th and 8th, 2017. Cantwell will answer questions from constituents, hear directly how they have been affected by the Trump Administration’s policies and the messages they would like her to carry back to her colleagues in Washington, D.C.

Health Care Town Hall

On July 5th, Senator Cantwell, joined by Dr. Paul Ramsey, CEO of Harborview Hospital and Dean of the UW School Medicine, will answer questions on the future of health care policy and hear her constituent’s concerns about the proposed Trumpcare bill in the Senate.

Date: Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Location: Kane Hall, Roethke Auditorium, University of Washington

1410 NE Campus Parkway

Seattle, WA 98195

 ***Tickets no longer available***


Net Neutrality Town Hall

On July 7th, Senator Cantwell will host FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn for a town hall discussion moderated by Michael Schultzer, CEO of the Washington Technology Industry Association, on the impacts Net Neutrality will have on internet users and Washington’s tech industry. The pair will answer questions about net neutrality and related issues and discuss a way forward to ensuring an open and free internet.

Date: Friday, July 7, 2017

Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Location: Town Hall Seattle

1119 8th Ave

Seattle, WA 98101

***Tickets no longer available***


Town Hall

On July 8th, Senator Cantwell will answer questions from her constituents on a variety of issues and discuss the work she is doing in Washington D.C. on behalf of Washingtonians.

Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Location: TEC High School 

830 SW 116th St 

Seattle, WA 98146

***Tickets no longer available***


Additional information can be found on the Senator’s Facebook, and Twitter. All event spaces are ADA-compliant.  If you have any questions or would like futher assistance, please email


Do I need a ticket to attend? 

  • You must show either a printed or mobile ticket at the door that displays your name.

Can I bring in signs and posters? 

  • Signs and posters will not be allowed into the event. We want the town hall to be a good experience for everyone and posters and signs can block the view of people sitting behind you as well as pose a safety risk.

Can I bring my backpack or a large purse? 

  • Backpacks and large bags will not be allowed into the event for security reasons.

Are there any other prohibited items? 

  • The following items are prohibited: Firearms, knives, air horns, glass bottles, cans, picnic baskets, bota bags, ice chests, and thermoses. Any other items deemed by school staff and/or law enforcement to be unsafe or disruptive are prohibited.

CanI bring in food or beverage 

  • Food and beverages will not be allowed inside the event.

What can I do to make sure the event runs smoothly? 

  • Please help us create a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere. Be respectful, silence your cell phones, and refrain from using profanity.
  • For safety, please do not stand on furniture or block aisles or fire exits.

What are my transportation or parking options for getting to and from the event? 

  • We recommend using public transportation as parking is limited.

What if I need special accommodations?