Join Sen. Sanders, Sen. Leahy, Rep. Welch and Gov. Scott for a Telephone Town Hall on the Coronavirus Pandemic

Vermonters — please join me for a telephone town hall on the coronavirus this Thursday at 5 P.M. I will be joined by Governor Phil Scott and my fellow members of the Vermont delegation, Sen. Patrick Leahy and Rep. Peter Welch.

Together, we will give an update on the actions being taken at the federal and state level to combat the coronavirus pandemic and help Vermonters through this extremely difficult time. The telephone town hall will provide an opportunity for Vermonters to ask questions about the federal stimulus package passed last week, the state response to this crisis, and how we're working together to ensure Vermonters get the help they need as soon as possible. 

We will discuss the resources available to Vermont workers, families, and businesses, and will be joined by additional experts to help answer your questions.

To be clear, while much needed relief is going to the working families of this country, we must do more. We are all fighting to ensure that benefits are quickly made available, and we will discuss the necessary next steps to ensure we are helping Vermonters throughout this crisis. 

The telephone town hall will begin at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday. I will be calling Vermonters right before the town hall to see if they would like to participate and automatically connect them. But if you do not receive a call, please dial 1-888-480-3635 at the time of the meeting.



What: Vermont Telephone Town Hall

When: 5:00 p.m., Thursday, April 9

Where: By telephone

  • If your home is not called, and you would like to participate, please dial 1-888-480-3635 (toll-free)

How Can We Help?

My Burlington office has a team of experienced caseworkers who help Vermonters navigate federal agencies every day. If you think my office can help you, please do not hesitate to call 1-800-339-9834 or (802) 862-0697, or click here

If you would like to share your thoughts on pending legislation, or if you have an idea that we could address through new legislation, click here