Gov. Paul LePage’s next town hall meeting will be held Thursday at Morse High School in Bath.

According to a press release posted on the governor’s website, the town hall forum will begin at 6 p.m. and last about an hour.

As has been the case at previous town halls, LePage will start the meeting by speaking about his vision for Maine, touching on his plans for reducing the state income tax, reforming welfare, cutting energy costs and ideas for reducing high student debt.

LePage has also used the forums to promote his agenda and to put pressure on state lawmakers to support his policy proposals.

At recent town hall meetings in Freeport and Waldoboro, the governor has been heckled by people who seemed to be angry over his policies regarding immigrants and his war on drugs. In Waldoboro, LePage defended his endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.