The Chamber is gearing up to help the community get to know the Candidates. Videos with the candidates have been recorded and will be linked here on the chamber website beginning October 1st. Videos will also be broadcast frequently on FCTV.
Here are more ways to get to know the candidates and make an informed decision this fall.
“Pints and Politics”
The Chamber Ambassadors and Y-Pro Club are hosting Pints and Politics from 5-6 pm Tuesdays in October at Mill City Restaurant.
This one hour event will give you a chance to meet with candidates in a casual atmosphere. Bring your questions and get to know the candidates
School Board Tuesday, October 7 5-6 pm
City Council Tuesday, October 14 5-6 pm
County Offices Tuesday, October 21 5-6 pm
State Representative Tuesday, October 28 5-6 pm
Open House with the Candidates.
South Central College Student Senate is presenting an Open House with the Candidates.
Monday, October 27 South Central College Conference Room 5-7 pm
All local candidates are invited to attend this event. There will be an “expo style” table for each candidate so you can visit with one or many about YOUR issues and YOUR questions. A brief program will be offered, giving each candidate few minutes to speak.
This event is free and open to the public.
AAUW forums – at 7 pm at City Hall
October 2–City and County candidates (Kymn Anderson, moderator)
October 9–School Board candidates (Cheryl Freund, moderator)
October 23–State candidates (Linda Mitchell, moderator)
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