On Sunday, July 19, Liz Terwilliger will meet with members of the public to hear their concerns about how change is needed in the county. Terwilliger will also answer questions from the community and share what she has learned from local parents, business owners, teachers and other concerned residents.
This free event will be held from 2–4 p.m. on Sunday, July 9th at Woodland Park at 109 East Ave., Wellsboro. Precautions will be taken to ensure a safe event with proper social distancing and sanitation.
“People across Tioga County have told me that they are frustrated with the business-as-usual attitude from their representatives,” said Terwilliger. “The challenges that the county has faced this year have been incredibly difficult. Government has only made things worse. Tioga County has had politicians, not representatives, in the State House and in Washington, and this must stop with the next election.”
Terwilliger is running for Congress in the PA 12th Congressional District which includes Tioga County. She will be joined at the Woodland Park by Noyes Lawton, running for the state representative in the 68th PA District. Both Liz Terwilliger and Noyes Lawton are running on the Libertarian Party ticket.
“I am eager to hear from Tioga County residents no matter what political party they are registered with, as well as the many Independents in our county,” she said. “They have been taken for grated for too long, and it is time their voices were heard. Noyes and I will get these voters real representation both in Washington and in the State House. Please come by and meet us and tell us about your concerns and your views on improving our county.”