“I want to ensure that I travel to each city in my district to speak with residents about legislation or issues that concern them,” said Bristow. “This is one of the most beneficial events that my office hosts, so that I can meet with residents face to face to talk about our communities, discuss any issues, or answer any questions.”
Apart from Coffee Shop Stops, Bristow regularly hosts events pertaining to specific issues in her district. On Friday, March 1 from 9 a.m. to noon, Rep. Bristow and Rep. Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville, will be hosting a Health and Wellness Fair in the Hatheway Cultural Center on the Lewis and Clark Campus, located at 5800 Godfrey Rd. in Godfrey.
“Hosting these Coffee Shop Stops is also a great way to highlight and visit small local businesses in my district, something I have always loved to do,” continued Bristow. “I hope to see everyone at Wood River Donut N More this weekend, or at the Health Fair at the beginning of March.”
Bristow’s events are free and open to the public. For questions or concerns, please contact her constituent services office at 618-465-5900, or by email at RepMBristow@gmail.com