DENVER — FOX21 News, along with television stations across Colorado, will host an exclusive live virtual town hall meeting, “Rocky Mountain Recovery,” featuring Gov. Jared Polis, members of the state’s Congressional delegation, and other state and local officials and policy experts, on Thursday at 7 p.m.
In southern Colorado, you can watch the one-hour town hall live on FOX21 and streaming online right here at FOX21News.com.
In the Denver area, you can watch it live on FOX31, Channel 2 and streaming online at KDVR.com.
Along with Polis, the town hall will feature:
- U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO)
- U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO)
- U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse (D-2)
- U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (R-3)
- U.S. Rep. Jason Crow (D-6)
- Susana Cordova, Denver Public Schools Superintendent
- Jack Strauss, Professor of Finance at Daniels College of Business
- Dr. Stephen Cobb, Denver Chief Medical Officer, Centura Health
The experts will address the response to the coronavirus pandemic and take questions from viewers. Due to restrictions on large gatherings, all of the guests will remotely join the broadcast and livestream.
The one-hour live virtual Town Hall will be hosted from the FOX31 and Channel 2 studios in Denver by anchors Jeremy Hubbard and Aristea Brady.
It will open with Hubbard and Brady providing a recap of the latest developments in the pandemic. They will then turn to the government, community, and business leaders to talk about the current state of the coronavirus in Colorado, unemployment, the phased reopening of the state, business recovery, education, and pose questions submitted by viewers.
The town hall will air on five Nexstar Broadcasting stations serving the state: KDVR (FOX) and KWGN (CW) in Denver, KREZ (CBS) in Durango, KXRM (FOX21) in Colorado Springs, and KREX (CBS) in Grand Junction.