Election info: Comox All Candidates Forum

Town of Comox: Opportunity for voters to ask questions

  • Oct. 21, 2014 7:00 p.m.

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Comox voters are invited to meet and question their municipal and school board candidates during an All Candidates Meeting sponsored by the Comox Town Residents Association  (CTRA).

The moderated and timed event will be held at the Comox Recreation Centre on Noel Avenue on Monday, Nov. 3.  Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the All Candidates Meeting will run from 7-9.

The meeting will be divided into three main sections; timed speeches from candidates, an audience question period and a summation statement from the candidates.

This event will provide an ideal opportunity for voters to meet, question and assess the men and women who hope to guide Comox over the next four years. The municipal election will take place on Nov. 15.

The All Candidates Meeting is co-sponsored by the Comox Town Residents Association and My Tech Guys who will record and podcast this event.

Go to www.mytechguys.ca to access the link.

 

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