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Two Candidates Forums Set For Carolina Beach Election

By WILLARD KILLOUGH III
Managing Editor

CAROLINA BEACH - Currently there are two candidates forums announced for the Carolina Beach municipal election this November 5th.
The first one will be held in Wilmington by the League of Women Voters in partnership with WECT/FOX Wilmington. They will host a candidate forum on Thursday, October 3rd at 7pm for the Carolina Beach Mayoral candidates. 
The forum will be moderated by Jon Evans, WECT/FOX Wilmington, and will take place at the New Hanover County Senior Resource Center at 2222 South College Road in Wilmington. 
According to the League of Women Voters, "This forum gives citizens a chance to ask candidates questions about their positions on important issues. Be informed!
Know your candidates before you go to the polls this election season. Moderator
Jon Evans, WECT/Fox Wilmington will use a broad range of questions sent in by viewers.   Each candidate will be asked the same questions, with ample time for response. Citizens may email questions for candidates to Jon Evans This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "
The second confirmed forum will be held by the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce on October 30th, from 6:30PM to 9:30PM at the Courtyard Marriott in Carolina Beach at 100 Charlotte Avenue.
The event is to be a non-partisan political forum with the candidates for Carolina Beach municipal offices.
Si Cantwell of the Star News will serve as the moderator of the event. The public is invited to send in questions and topics of discussion to be considered for inclusion to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Questions should be written to be asked equally and fairly to all candidates. Personal attacks and individual questions will not be considered. For more information, call 910-458-8434.
To keep up with online discussions of election issues among candidates and citizens, visit www.cbcandidates.com and on Facebook at "cbcandidates"