Indivisible Martin created a cool video for US Congressman Brian Mast
Representative Brian Mast was facing some criticism for not holding a face-to-face town-hall during the week long recess from congress. Mast held a town hall conference call last week but it was heavily criticized because the wrong access code was initially given out, and those who attempted to call in at the scheduled start time couldn’t connect. The group Indivisible Martin is now asking for a real townhall, using music parody to get their message out.
Mast did eventually get the right access code and spoke with about 100 people on the conference call. Mast also has one face-to-face town-hall scheduled for this week. It’s Friday at 1:00 in the afternoon at the Fenn Center in Fort Pierce,
Congressman Brian Mast left us a message on TreasureCoast.com Facebook Page: “All are welcome to join and ask questions! We will be helping veterans with issues related to the VA at the event, but all constituents – not just veterans – are invited to ask questions on any topic and join our conversation.”
The description of Indivisible Martin is to share information and alerts focusing on legislators serving Martin County on local, state, and federal levels.
Congressman Mast campaigned very heavily on our water issues here in Martin County. He signed the Now or Neverglades Declaration.
The video will be on CNN on Weds at 7 pm