The organizer of the second town hall meeting today invited Wyoming's all-Republican congressional delegation, but none of the three has indicated they will attend.

Jane Ifland of the Casper chapter of the nationwide Indivisible movement said in a news release the local group sent invitations by registered mail earlier this month.
A spokeswoman for U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney will not be attending because the House is in session Thursday.

Representatives of U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso did not immediately respond for comment on Wednesday.

The town hall at Food for Thought, 900 St. John St., in north Casper begins at 6:30 p.m. with a chili supper.

People will be able to share their views and questions on national issues.

The first meeting on Feb. 27 was attended by more than 60 people. The local nonpartisan Indivisible organization grew out of the so-called women's march for equality on Jan. 21.

According to the news release, many women, immigrants, minorities, those with diverse religious convictions and diverse sexual orientations, those with disabilities, the economically disadvantaged, and survivors of sexual assault are not certain that their concerns are being fully heard by the delegation.

For more information, visit the Casper Constituents' Townhall Two Facebook page.