Congresswoman Jahana Hayes has invited residents of Bethel to a virtual forum, “Hayes Hears from Bethel,” Monday, October 19 at 7 p.m.
This online event offers residents an up-close-and-personal opportunity to speak directly with Congresswoman Hayes on issues affecting the local region. The forum gives residents a chance to get answers to their questions and learn more about Congresswoman Hayes’ work on behalf of Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District. Residents can register for the, “Hayes Hears from Bethel” virtual forum here.
ABOUT CONGRESSWOMAN JAHANA HAYES:
Congresswoman Jahana Hayes is the U.S. Representative for the Fifth Congressional District of Connecticut. Hayes was elected in November 2018. She is the first African American Congresswoman from Connecticut, and this is her first public office. A high school teacher, Hayes first garnered widespread notoriety when she was named National Teacher of the Year in 2016 by President Barack Obama. In her capacity as National Teacher of the Year, Hayes traveled the country and the world engaging public education stakeholders in policy discussions meant to improve outcomes for students. Congresswoman Hayes currently sits on the full House committees of Education and Labor, and Agriculture. Her areas of legislative focus are equitable access to quality education, affordable health care for everyone, food security, labor, agriculture, and the environment. She has been a fierce advocate of immigration reform, gun violence prevention, veteran issues, social justice, transportation, and working in a bipartisan way to bring positive change to the lives of every person in our community. You can learn more at www.jahanahayes.com