News Brief: Assemblymember Didi Barrett to speak at Indivisible Chatham NY town hall-style meeting

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By Wednesday, Jan 24 We the People

Chatham, N.Y. — Indivisible Chatham NY will present Assemblymember Didi Barrett of Assembly District 106 in a town hall-style meeting Sunday, Jan. 28, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Chatham firehouse, 2 Hoffman St. Barrett will address the issues facing New York state in the coming year, discuss voter engagement and take questions from constituents.

Didi Barrett

Barrett was elected to the New York State Assembly in a special election in March 2012, and was re-elected to a full term in November 2012. A resident of the Hudson Valley for more than 25 years, she came to elected office after a career as a community activist, writer and longtime leader of nonprofit organizations. As a member of the Assembly, she serves on the committees on agriculture; mental health; tourism, parks and sports development; and veterans’ affairs, as well as the Legislative Women’s Caucus. Recently, Barrett was selected to chair the Standing Committee on Libraries and Education Technology.

The event is free and open to all Columbia County voters. For more information, contact Indivisible Chatham NY at

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