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Democracy is not a spectator sport! The Campbell County League of Women Voters and GPA-TV will be hosting a candidate forum for the City of Gillette races on July 24th. Everyone is invited. Many of the candidates will be available before and after the forums to answer individual questions. The forums will be carried live and repeated periodically on Gillette Public Access TV and copies will be available from the Campbell County Public Library.
The league is soliciting questions from the public which gives individuals another chance to have their questions answered. Questions should be phrased in such a manner that they can be asked of all the candidates for a given office. To submit a question pertaining to any of the offices to be filled, use the Leagues email address:
Please indicate the office question concerns.
Jesse Young (R)
The league will post video on its website, http://www.wyominglwv.org/, and have DVDs available if anyone wants to broadcast it or show it to a community group. The debate will also be streamed online on the Laramie County government website.
Candidates are incumbent state Rep. Amanda Price, of Holland, and Matthew Wiedenhoeft, of Ferrysburg.
Candidates on the August ballot in the Republican primary for seats on the Board of County Commissioners will face off in a League Q&A Forum on Monday, August 11th, at the Historic St. James AME Church from 7-8.30 pm. Marilyn Crotty, Director of the Florida Institute of Government at UCF will moderate. Incumbent John Horan is being challenged by Jorge Martos for the District 2 seat. Since there is no Democratic or write-in candidate, the winner of the primary will win the seat. District 4 incumbent Carlton Henley will have no opponent on the ballot in either the primary or the general election.
With five challengers for two contested seats on the Seminole County School Board, the Forum on Thursday, August 14th, at the SCPS headquarters building, East Lake Mary Boulevard, promises to provide essential information for voters. Doors will open to the public at 6.30, with the Forum running from 7-8.30.League and the County Council of PTAs are partnering to produce the forum.Candidates for the District 1 seat, vacant since the death of Diane Bauer, include Frank D. Curcio, Jeff Bauer, and Rich Sloane. Incumbent Karen Almond will face challenger Gracia Miller for the District 2 spot. District 5 incumbent Tina Calderone does not have an opponent. The forum will be moderated by Desta Horner, formerly of CMF Public Media.
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