U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren has held more than 30 Town Halls across the state over the past several months, and now the popular senator will bring the next one to the South End on Saturday, July 28.
Doors will open at the Benjamin Franklin Institute around 10 a.m., and the program will begin at 11 a.m.
Spokesperson Gabrielle Farrell said Warren will be introduced by a guest, still to be determined, and then will speak off the cuff for about 10 or 15 minutes.
“She always speaks off the cuff and so that means it’s always fresh each time,” said Farrell.
After her comments, the bulk of the Town Hall will be reserved for a Question and Answer session for those in the audience. Following that, there will be a photo opportunity with the senator.
The event is expected to last around two hours.
At the event, the Warren campaign is expected to announce legislation she would like to file regarding relief for Puerto Rico. That will likely be a major topic of discussion for her. That coincides with last weekend’s Festival Betances in the South End and the Puerto Rican Festival this weekend at City Hall Plaza.