Jared Polis during one of his online town hall meetings.

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis is abandoning the teleconference and online town hall format he’s fond of to hold an actual town hall meeting, in person.

Hold the applause, because there’s a lot of rules that apply in order to attend the event Sunday in Fort Collins at Colorado State University.

First, attendees have to pre-register to attend. No signs are allowed and “large bags are discouraged.”

We don’t know if he’s referring to backpacks or old lady handbags, but Polis is going high-security for this event. He’s demanding that everyone arrive 20 minutes early to enter a security checkpoint.

It sounds more like an airport than a town hall meeting. We’re a little surprised, considering the recent protests at the faux town hall events were staged by Democrats. One would think he felt safe among his own constituents.