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Elect 2012: Warren to speak at meeting Monday

MOORESVILLE — Rep. Harry Warren is inviting his constituents — especially those who are new to the 77th district — to a town hall meeting Monday.
Warren will speak with local residents from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Atwell Fire Department, 490 McLaughlin Farm Road in Mooresville.
The town hall forum is part of a series of monthly meetings held across House District 77. According to a press release from Warren’s office, the Republican will provide updates on legislation, hear concerns and answer questions.
“The town hall meeting is open to all District 77 constituents, but it especially provides an excellent opportunity for persons new to District 77 to meet their representative,” the press release stated. “Anyone who would like to register to vote or change their voter registration may do so at the town hall meeting.”
After last year’s redistricting, based on 2010 U.S. Census data, new precincts have been added to the 77th district. They include East Enochville, West Enochville, all of Sumner (previously just part of Sumner), Bostian Cross Roads, Faith and Granite Quarry. The district continues to include the Bradshaw precinct and other western Rowan precincts.

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