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Politicians buried in calls, emails from constituents

In D.C., Denver representatives hear from public
Congressman Justin Amash, right, speaks to people being turned away at the door Feb. 9 because of crowding before the start of a town hall meeting at City High Middle School in Grand Rapids, Mich. Some Colorado politicians also report large attendance at town hall meeting, and overwhelming amount of calls and correspondence.
Bennet
Gardner
Tipton
McLachlan
Coram

Politicians buried in calls, emails from constituents

Congressman Justin Amash, right, speaks to people being turned away at the door Feb. 9 because of crowding before the start of a town hall meeting at City High Middle School in Grand Rapids, Mich. Some Colorado politicians also report large attendance at town hall meeting, and overwhelming amount of calls and correspondence.
Bennet
Gardner
Tipton
McLachlan
Coram
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