League of Women Voters VIRTUAL Candidate Forums

League of Women Voters VIRTUAL Candidate Forums

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The League of Women Voters of Hamilton County will host five in-person candidate forums this fall, but the traditional process has been interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead of forums in a public venue, the league will present recordings on Facebook for voters to view on their own, and voters will pose their questions for the candidates by email.

In previous years, the league hosted in-person forums with Hamilton County cities and towns, each featuring candidates answering questions posed by league moderators and members of the audience. This year, the league will partner with libraries, which will provide locations and technology for the recording sessions. These include Carmel Clay Public Library, Hamilton East Public Library and Westfield Washington Public Library.

While these are not the traditional live events, voters still may interact with the candidates by submitting their questions via email at lwvhcin@gmail.com. As with previous forums, candidates will respond to a selection of questions, including some emailed from voters, as well as make two-minute presentations about their positions.

The day after the recording sessions, videos will be posted on the league’s Facebook page click for details The recordings will not be edited for time or content, so viewers will see the forums just as they happened and in their entirety.

FORUMS, CANDIDATES, and DEADLINES to submit questions
➡FORUM 1 (Submit questions no later than 11:59 p.m. Sept. 13)
Hamilton County Commissioner District 3 candidates Mark Heirbrandt and Dan Montgomery.
Hamilton County Council At-Large candidates Brad Beaver, Sue Maki, Steve Nation, Gardiner Bink
and Victor Schleich.

➡FORUM 2 (Submit questions no later than 11:59 p.m. Sept. 14)
Hamilton County Auditor candidates Robin Mills and Michael Roberts.
Hamilton County Treasurer candidates Susan Byer and Jake Madore.
Hamilton County Surveyor candidates Kenton Ward and Brad Beer.

➡FORUM 3 (Submit questions no later than 11:59 p.m. Sept. 20)
Indiana Senate District 20 candidates Scott Baldwin and Ronnie Saunders.
Indiana House District 24 candidates Donna Schaibley and Naomi Bechtold.
Indiana House District 29 (Noblesville) candidates Chuck Goodrich and
Mike Vick.
Indiana House District 32 (Sheridan/Westfield) candidates Tony Cook and
Amie Neiling.

➡FORUM 4 (Submit questions no later than 11:59 p.m. Sept. 21)
Indiana Senate District 30 candidates John Ruckelshaus and Fady Qaddoura.
Indiana House District 37 (Fishers) Todd Huston and Aimee Rivera Cole.
Indiana House District 39 (Carmel) candidates Jerry Torr and Ashley Klein.
Indiana House District 88 candidates Chris Jeter and Pam Dechert.

➡FORUM 5 (Submit questions no later than 11:59 p.m. Sept. 27)
5th Congressional District candidates Christina Hale, Victoria Spartz, Ken Tucker, Ellen Kizik and
Vernon Moore.

These forums are in keeping with the efforts of the National League of Women Voters, which has worked since 1920 to improve U.S. systems of government and impact public policies through education and advocacy. Strictly nonpartisan, the league neither supports nor opposes candidates for office at any level of government. For more information about the League of Women Voters of Hamilton County, follow the league’s Facebook page (click for details or email lwvhcin@gmail.com.

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Date: September 21, 2020


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