TO: Interested Parties

DATE: August 24, 2018

Contact: Madison Kaigh, (726) 999-0176 (

Hosting Fourth of Ten Events, Joseph Kopser Brings First in a Generation TX-21 Town Hall Tour to Blanco County

(Johnson City, TX) — This Sunday, Joseph Kopser will visit Johnson City for a town hall hosted by the Blanco County Democrats. Kopser, a 20-year Army Veteran, tech entrepreneur, and candidate for Congress in TX-21, will attend the town hall the day after his campaign launches volunteer events from 12 locations across the district’s 10 counties.

Kopser was an early signer of the Town Hall Project’s pledge, and has committed himself to holding a minimum of four town halls per year if elected. During the General Election, Kopser has previously held town halls in Kendall, Kerr, and Gillespie Counties. Ahead of Sunday’s event, Kopser released the following statement.

“Our campaign is about bringing people to the table to solve tough problems and fight against Washington inaction. Holding town halls in each county of this district is allowing us to do just that–build a broad coalition of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents who are ready to send in the cavalry to bring calm to the chaos of DC. The citizens of TX-21 deserve to hear from their candidates in free and open forums in all ten counties. That’s why we’ve invited Chip Roy to join us for our previous town halls, and why we’re opening the doors to him this Sunday to sit down for a real conversation.”

Kopser’s campaign has repeatedly asked Roy for open, accessible debates in all ten counties of TX-21, through public statements and social media. Details for Sunday’s event are below.

Blanco County Town Hall with Joseph Kopser

Co-Hosted by Blanco County Democrats

August 26, 2018, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

290 Vinery, 300 W Main St #115

Johnson City, TX 78636

Facebook event | Campaign website

The town hall will be open to press. Please contact Madison at with questions or to RSVP.


Joseph Kopser is a 20-year Army veteran, technology entrepreneur, husband and father of three daughters, and Democratic nominee for Congress in TX-21. His candidacy is driven by concern for the future of our country and the path Washington leadership is taking. He is building a new coalition of voters who believe the values, priorities, and expectations of Texas’ 21st congressional district will serve as a model of service and representation for Texas and the United States.