Rep. Perry holding tele-town hall Wednesday night

Staff report
U.S. House Rep. Scott Perry, of District 4, joins Democratic 10th Congressional District candidates George Scott, Shavonia Corbin-Johnson and Alan Howe during a debate at CASA in York City, Saturday, May 12, 2018. Dawn J. Sagert photo

Rep. Scott Perry, R-Carroll Township, will be holding a tele-town hall beginning at 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 6, according to a news release.

Residents interested in listening or participating can sign up in advance at The conversation will also be live streamed on Perry's Facebook page.

Perry last held an in-person town hall in March 2017 at Red Lion Area Junior High School. He had another town hall scheduled in June 2017 at Cumberland Valley High School, but it was postponed due to security concerns after a shooting at a congressional baseball practice in Virginia.

Perry is up for re-election this year, though his district has changed drastically. The 4th district, representing all of York and Adams counties and part of Cumberland and Dauphin counties, has been replaced by the 10th district, representing all of Dauphin County and part of York and Cumberland counties.

Dillsburg minister George Scott won the Democratic primary to face off with Perry in November.