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Join the Longview Chamber of Commerce as they host the Texas State Senate Primary Forum for District 1. This flyer includes event details and bios of the two candidates.
Join the Longview Chamber of Commerce as they host the Longview City Council Candidate Forum for District 5 & 6. The forum is open to the public and questions to the candidates may be submitted.
Join the Longview Chamber of Commerce as they host a public Texas State Candidate Primary Forum. This flyer contains brief bios of the 6 candidates and event details.
The 2016 Iowa Caucus Consortium is pleased to announce Carly Fiorina will speak at the Caucus Candidate Forum Series on Monday, Aug. 17 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the State Historical Building. The Caucus Candidate Forum Series is an effort to allow Greater Des Moines community members and business leaders to learn about and interact with presidential candidates.
The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce hosted a Jeopardy! style Candidate Forum to help their members understand where candidates for County Commissioner stand on important issues.
This document contains guidelines for questions for a candidate forum. Our questions are developed by our sponsors and our staff, based on current issues that impact the business community only.
This document contains the agenda for the Pitt County Candidates Forum, held on October 21, 2014. It includes a list of candidates; timeline for the event; and guidelines for the opening statements, Q&A session, and closing remarks.
This sample is a policy and guideline for running candidate forums as a chamber-sponsored event.
2008 Lubbock Mayoral Candidate Forum Format and Guidelines