The Doors to Facebook’s Town Hall Feature Are Now Open Nationwide

Town Hall provides a one-stop shop for following and contacting elected officials at the local, state and federal levels

The Town Hall feature Facebook began rolling out earlier this month is now available to all U.S. users, via mobile and desktop.

Town Hall is accessible via the More menu on both mobile and desktop, and it provides a one-stop shop for following and contacting elected officials at the local, state and federal levels.

Clicking on Town Hall brings up a prompt for users to enter their addresses, which Facebook says it will not display or share.

When that step is completed, the social network brings up a list of local, state and federal officials, as well as options to follow them on Facebook or contact them.

Depending on the options available from each elected official, the contact button allows users to get in touch with officials via phone, email, Facebook Messenger or their pages.

The social network told Sarah Perez of TechCrunch Town Hall now includes News Feed integration, as well as reminders about upcoming local elections.

Perez reported that the local election reminders will cover state, county and municipal elections—primaries and general elections—in areas with populations of 10,000 or more.