Next Twitter/Facebook town hall event: Tuesday, Feb. 17, 12:45-1:15 p.m. The theme will be K-12 education. Join us!
Twitter/Facebook Town Hall FAQ’s
Q: What is the HRC Twitter/Facebook town hall?
A: The Twitter/Facebook town hall is a social media forum that allows for people to ask questions, comments or concerns to members of the House Republican Caucus (HRC) on Twitter and Facebook during a scheduled time they will answer in real-time.
Q: How do we know what questions are being asked?
A: On Twitter, we will retweet the questions. Please be sure to leave space so we can do this without shortening your question.
On Facebook, the questions will all be asked under one post comment thread.
Q: How will I see my answer?
A: On Twitter, we will be responding with .@yourhandle so everyone can see our answer.
On Facebook, our answers will be replies directly below the comments/questions.
Q: How does the Twitter/Facebook town hall work?
A: On Twitter, visit www.twitter.com/hashtag/solutionswa to see the questions asked and our replies. By tweeting with #solutionsWA on your own feed you have submitted a question.
On Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/wahouserepublicans.
Q: HOW do I submit a question?
A: On Twitter, log into your Twitter account and write a post including #solutionsWA. You MUST include the hashtag in order for your question to be submitted.
On Facebook, log into your Facebook account, then visit www.facebook.com/wahouserepublicans. The day of the event, we will post an image that will be used as the post in which everyone can post their questions below as comments.
Q: WHEN can I submit a question/comment/concern?
A: You can tweet or comment your questions the day of the event, any time before or during the scheduled Twitter/Facebook town hall.
Q: What is the purpose of the Twitter/Facebook town hall?
A: We're reaching out to people who might not otherwise interact with the Legislature and their representatives. This type of town hall is an alternative way for you to voice your concerns and questions and hold government accountable. The town hall is meant to motivate a meaningful conversation about the direction Washington state is heading and to help cultivate solutions to problems.