FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10/15/2013
Rep. Pat Fallon Hosts “No Holds Barred” Town Hall Meeting
Texas Conservative Coalition to Co-Host Event, Present Courageous Conservative Award
Frisco, TX—State Representative Pat Fallon (HD106) will hold true town hall meeting next Tuesday, October 22 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Griffin Middle School in Frisco. The venue address is 3703 Eldorado Parkway.
At the meeting, co-sponsored by the Texas Conservative Coalition (TCC), Fallon will provide a detailed summary of the 83rd Legislative Session and three special sessions that ran from January through August of this year. Attendees will then have the opportunity to ask questions – no holds barred! This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
“It is the greatest honor of my professional life to represent Denton County in the Texas Legislature,” said Fallon. “This meeting is a way for me to update my fellow citizens on what goes on down in Austin, answer any questions, and discuss ideas for policy changes our office can champion in the 84th Session.”
The meeting will feature a brief presentation from TCC, a policy organization slated to give Fallon the “Courageous Conservative Award” for his consistently conservative voting record. Other special guests include representatives of the Denton County Fallen Soldiers Memorial, a traveling tribute that will be on hand at the event for attendees to view. More information about the memorial can be found at www.dentoncountyfallensoldiers.com.
State Representative Pat Fallon represents the newly formed Texas House District 106 which includes the Denton County portion of Frisco and the communities of Aubrey, Cross Roads, Hackberry, Krugerville, Lakewood Village, Little Elm, Oak Point, Paloma Creek, Pilot Point, Providence Village, Sanger, Savannah, and The Colony, as well as portions of Plano and Prosper.
Fallon is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served as an officer in the United States Air Force. In 2009, he was elected to serve on the Frisco City Council, and in 2012 he was unanimously chosen by his fellow councilmen as the Frisco Mayor Pro Tem. He was sworn in as a State Representative in January of this year. Representative Fallon lives in Frisco with his wife Susan and two sons.
Contact: Caity Post
Phone: (972) 762-8046