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2014 Election Candidate Forums 

Please join us at the following candidate forums to engage with our 2014 local election candidates and to learn about their policies:



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WAKE COUNTY
Monday Sept. 29
6-8:30pm
Holiday Inn
930 Airport Blvd
Morrisville

Invited:

N.C. House District 40: Marilyn Avila
and Margaret E. Broadwell

District 41: Gale Adcock and Tom Murry

N.C. Senate District 16: Molotov Mitchell
District 17: Tamara Barringer

Wake County Commission
District 1: Joe Bryan and Sig Hutchison
District 2: Matt Calabria and Phil Matthews
District 3: Rich Gianni and Jessica Holmes
District 7: John Burns Paul Coble

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ORANGE COUNTY
Monday Sept. 29
7-8:30pm
Flyleaf Books
751 MLK Blvd
Chapel Hill

Invited:

Orange County Commissioner, District 1:
Mia Burroughs and Gary Kahn

N.C. House, District 56:
Verla Insko
N.C. House, District 50:
Graig Meyer

N.C. Senate, District 23:
Valerie Foushee

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