TO: Interested Parties

DATE: October 5, 2018

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


For Seventh of Ten Events, Joseph Kopser Hosts Town Hall in Travis County


(Austin, TX) — On Sunday, Joseph Kopser will sit down with voters in Travis County for a TX-21 town hall. Kopser, a 20-year Army Veteran, tech entrepreneur, and candidate for Congress, will join voters in Austin to learn more about the issues that matter to them.


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, Gillespie, Blanco, Bandera, and Comal Counties. After the Austin event, Kopser will head to Leakey for a second event with voters there.


“Voters across this district agree–it’s time for a new generation of leadership to put a stop to the divisiveness we’ve seen all too often from DC.” Kopser said. “I’m proud to be returning to public service to fight for that goal on behalf of TX-21. And the first thing we can do to heal our politics and bring some calm to the chaos is sit down for real, substantive conversations on the issues. That’s why our campaign is hosting town halls in all ten counties of this district, and why we’re seeing our momentum continue to grow.”


Kopser’s campaign has repeatedly asked Roy for open, accessible debates in all ten counties of TX-21, through public statements and social media. Roy is once again invited to join Kopser at this or any other town hall the campaign hosts. Details for Sunday’s event are below.


Travis County Town Hall with Joseph Kopser

Sunday, October 7, 2018

12:00pm – 2:00pm

IBEW 520, Floor 3

4818 E. Ben White Blvd, Austin TX

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.