Sen. Seliger to Visit Seminole Aug. 28
Published August 20, 2013 7:18am by
Sen. Kel Seliger 31st District of Texas
AMARILLO -- Seminole City Hall will the final stop for the first round of community stops for Texas State Senator Kel Seliger, who is conducting county town hall meetings across the Panhandle, South Plains and Permian Basin to discuss the activities of the 83rd Legislature.
The Seminole stop, slated for Wednesday, Aug. 28, is one of three scheduled on the day for the District 31 legislative veteran, who will also make stops in Odessa and Andrews that same day.
Seliger's Seminole stop, which is open to the general public for those local residents who are interested in participating, is slated to be held from 3 to 4 p.m. inside the Seminole City Council Chambers at City Hall, 302 S. Main St.
"I am excited to start the very important process of reporting to my bosses in District 31 and getting their ideas," said Seliger.
Seliger, according to information from his Senate office, plans to will make stops in each county in District 31 to communicate with constituents about the critical issues facing their communities and our state.
Seliger's second leg of his District 31 tour has not been released as of presstime Tuesday.
Seliger was sworn into the Texas Senate on March 2004, to complete the term of Teel Bivins of Amarillo, who obtained a diplomatic appointment as United States Ambassador to Sweden from the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush. Seliger was re-elected to serve a full, four-year term on Nov. 2004.
The district spans twenty-six counties and includes Gaines County and the larger West Texas communities of Amarillo, Midland, Odessa, and Big Spring.