There will be lots of 'meet the peoples' sessions by the politicians until before the day we are all expected to cast our votes on March 8. When the result has been announced, it's back to square one again. They will be back to their big offices, enjoying the perks derived from our monies, avoiding the hot weather out there, etc.
I don't recall such a 'meet the peoples' session & listen to what the peoples have to say, for the past few years. Well may be there are, but how frequent ? How many have done that ?
One thing for sure, it will definitely be great to have many 'meet the peoples' sessions even after the voting is over, regardless who win in the election. Fulfill your responsibilities & what you have promised to the people. Not just empty talk.