Petitions Ask Rep. Erik Paulsen To Host In-Person Town Hall Meetings By Video By Ahmed Tharwat | February 13, 2017 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on CD3 Subscribe to CD3 Ahmed Therwat Petitions delivered to Erik Paulsen's office. “We’re here today demanding that Erik Paulsen hold quarterly, public, publicized and unscripted town hall meetings throughout the 115th Congress,” said Clara Severson of Eden Prairie. The protest was organized by Indivisible CD3, the local incarnation of a group that bills itself on its website as “former congressional staffers [revealing] best practices for making Congress listen.” The aim of Saturday’s event, according to organizers, was to call attention to the group’s petition, which calls on Paulsen to hold quarterly, in-person town hall meetings with his constituents. “He is the lever that we have to exert any influence in Washington, so he needs to hear our voices,” said Jena Martin, co-chair of Indivisible CD3. “That’s the primary goal of our group, to reach him to represent us.” Watch the video At top: video of petitions being delivered to Rep. Erik Paulsen’s office. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.