Yes, enough Americans show up with their congress members have a town hall meeting, because sometimes town hall meetings are packed. Especially in the arena of Obamacare, some of the town hall meetings were packed and very tense. People do not like the way the country is going, and they have shown up to let their Congressmen know.
If it was widely publicised and enough time given beforehand I think a lot more people would show up. Our government has completely lost touch with the general public. They are not doing things on our behalf anymore. Everything the government does anymore is for the big corporations, not the people.
Most Americans see their congress people as out for their own good and not for the people's. So they see these meetings as a waste of time. And most do not have time to waste as they are working around the clock and trying to find some time to spend with family.
No, enough Americans do not show up when their congress members have a town hall meeting. Many Americans regard their government with an attitude of indifference. Many people do not care enough to make a difference and take time out of their own lives to attend a meeting that they have no cares about.
Enough Americans do not show up when their congress members have a town hall meeting. They get discouraged when congress votes for something that they did not participate in. It is very hard to get Americans to show up for the meetings because of everything we do on our daily schedules.