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League of Women Voters Candidates Forum set for Thursday evening at City Hall.
Posted: Oct 19 2012 by ppowers

As the November 6th general election is fast approaching, the Hamilton County League of Women Voters invites the public to a Candidate's Forum this Thursday evening, October 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the Webster City City Council Chambers. The forum is designed to allow the public the chance to meet the candidates and submit written questions on issues heading into the election next month. Three of the four state legislative candidates  will be appearing They are Republican state senate candidate Jerry Behn of Boone, and his challenger Democrat Shelly Stotts also of Boone vying for the District 24 Senate seat. Democratic candidate Becky Perkovich of Napier will appear as she is running for the District 48 seat. Her challenger, Republican Rob Bacon of Maxwell has been invited to participate. Bacon will not be appearing in this forum due to the fact he will be out of state. Others appearing at the forum will be George Heller, Myra Maxon and Carroll Ose. The three are vying for the two seats on the Van Diest Medical Center Board of Trustees. Catherine Bergman will be appearing at the forum explaining about the Hamilton County Hotel Motel Tax vote that rural voters will decide on. Invitations have been extended to the unopposed Hamilton County candidates in the November 6th election. They are Auditor Kim Schaa, Sheriff Dennis Hagenson and Supervisors Doug Bailey and Wes Sweedler. Each of the candidate will give opening and closing statements and a time to answer questions from the audience in attendance and via the television and radio audience. The forum will be telecast on Cable Channel 12 and on KQWC FM 95.7. The broadcast will be sponsored by Webster City Federal Savings Bank. Following the forum there will be a time to meet the candidates and enjoy refreshments.

As the November 6th general election is fast approaching, the Hamilton County League of Women Voters invites the public to a Candidate's Forum this Thursday evening, October 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the Webster City City Council Chambers. The forum is designed to allow the public the chance to meet the candidates and submit written questions on issues heading into the election next month. Three of the four state legislative candidates  will be appearing They are Republican state senate candidate Jerry Behn of Boone, and his challenger Democrat Shelly Stotts also of Boone vying for the District 24 Senate seat. Democratic candidate Becky Perkovich of Napier will appear as she is running for the District 48 seat. Her challenger, Republican Rob Bacon of Maxwell has been invited to participate. Bacon will not be appearing in this forum due to the fact he will be out of state. Others appearing at the forum will be George Heller, Myra Maxon and Carroll Ose. The three are vying for the two seats on the Van Diest Medical Center Board of Trustees. Catherine Bergman will be appearing at the forum explaining about the Hamilton County Hotel Motel Tax vote that rural voters will decide on. Invitations have been extended to the unopposed Hamilton County candidates in the November 6th election. They are Auditor Kim Schaa, Sheriff Dennis Hagenson and Supervisors Doug Bailey and Wes Sweedler. Each of the candidate will give opening and closing statements and a time to answer questions from the audience in attendance and via the television and radio audience. The forum will be telecast on Cable Channel 12 and on KQWC FM 95.7. The broadcast will be sponsored by Webster City Federal Savings Bank. Following the forum there will be a time to meet the candidates and enjoy refreshments.

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