Wednesday Sep 02 2009 comments Tom McClintock Town Hall By: Press-Tribune Photography by Philip Wood -A +A Constituents from Tom McClintock's district turned out for his town hall meeting in Granite Bay to mostly discuss their views on the national health care debate. Once of Tom McClintock's constituents, center, leaves the town hall meeting after she spoke about how government is taking the names of people opposed to the national health care. The audience groaned when she made the statement. In a breath from health care questions, Grantie Bay resident Rick Williams, right, asks Congressman Tom McClintock about writing legislation on term limits on the federal level to rid Washington D.C. of career politicians, saying that Washington is broken. Congressman Tom McClintock addresses audience members who turned out at Granite Bay High School Tuesday night for his town hall meeting where the health care issue dominated the night. Christa Darlington, of the Sierra Foothill Chapter of Organizing of America speaks to Congressman Tom McClintock about what people want, and she also had a carpet bag with her to give to McClintock filled with the voices of his constituents. Bob Goulding, of Loomis, made the trip to Granite Bay to hear Congressman Tom McClintock speak at the town hall meeting Tuesday night. Congressman Tom McClintock shows a graph illustrating the national debt to the audience at the town hall meeting in Granite Bay Tuesday night.