Night of Politics in the Core
Wednesday October 13th, 2010
Posted at 1:53pm
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With only a week and a half left until October 25th’s Municipal Election here in Windsor, some final preparations are being made by interested groups of people to find out where candidates stand on issues.
And most of it is happening tonight.
First, the Downtown Residents Association is holding a Ward 3 (Downtown) Candidates Debate tonight at St. Clair College’s downtown campus.
The DRA is hoping that anyone interested in the future of Downtown will attend this event, which is completely open to the public. It starts at 7pm at 201 Riverside Drive West (St. Clair Centre for the Arts).
A broad field of questions originating from the DRA and audience members will be asked of the Ward 3 candidates. Following the meeting, the candidates will be available to interact with the audience members personally at their respective campaign tables. The mission of the Downtown Residents Association is to unite the diverse communities of Downtown Windsor and to provide an innovative forum for all community stakeholders to contribute to a healthy, vibrant and inclusive Downtown neighborhood.
Then, in old Walkerville, join Walkerville Collegiate organizers for a Ward 4 Candidates Debate. The debate begins at 8pm at 2100 Richmond, and is open to the public
With the election less than two weeks away, this is the opportunity to ask all your Ward 4 candidates questions and see their responses in person. This is your chance to become informed by all the Ward 4 candidates on where they stand and what they can bring to the table. This isn’t a platform to cheer on a single candidate. Please keep this in mind.