Press Release
Press Release

19th District Assembly Seat Candidate Forum

Monday, August 4 in Bay View

By - Jul 17th, 2014 02:00 pm

Bay View — July 16, 2014 —The Bay View Compass, Bay View Neighborhood Association, and League of Women Voters are sponsoring a candidate forum on Monday, August 4th in the auditorium of Parkside School (formerly Fritsche Middle School), 2969 S. Howell Ave.

Members of League of Women Voters will moderate and time the event.

The forum begins at 7:00pm and is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Questions will be solicited from audience members via notecards that will be available at the event.

The moderator will pose questions for each of the five candidates (four of the Democratic Party; one of the Pirate Party), who will be invited to respond to each. Additionally, candidates will each be given one minute for opening remarks and 30 seconds for closing remarks.

SCHEDULE

7pm    Introduction and Opening Remarks by Moderator

7:15 – 9:15pm Candidates’ opening remarks, Q & A, closing remarks.
THE CANDIDATES/FORUM PARTICIPANTS AND PARTY AFFILIATION:

Dan Adams, Democrat

Jonathan Brostoff, Democrat

Marina Dimitrijevic, Democrat

Sara Geenen, Democrat
Joseph Thomas Klein, Pirate

The auditorium is located on the first floor and is accessible. Access the building via the front entrance on the east facade on Howell Avenue. Parking is available on Howell and adjacent streets and in the parking lot on the south side of the building.

The Wisconsin Primary is Tuesday, August 12.

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