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Lasell Hosts Candidate Forum This Weekend

October 14, 2010

In preparation for next month's election, Lasell will host a marathon candidate forum on Sunday afternoon October 17 in de Witt Hall. The forum is co-sponsored and organized by the College's Center for Community Based Learning, the Newton League of Women Voters and NewTV.

The event is open to the public.

Scheduled to appear are:
1:00 pm - Candidates for the Sheriff of Middlesex County: James V. DiPaola, (D) and Michael S. Tranchita, Sr. (unenrolled).

2:00 pm - Candidates for Attorney General: Martha Coakley (D) and James P. McKenna (R).

3:00 pm - Candidates for Secretary of the Commonwealth: William Francis Galvin (D), William C. Campbell (R), and James D. Henderson (unenrolled).

4:00 pm - Candidates for State Representative from the 10th Middlesex District: Peter J. Koutoujian (D) and James E. Dixon (R).

5:00 pm - Candidates for U.S. Congress from the 4th District: Barney Frank (D), Sean Bielat (R), Susan F. Allen (Independent) and Donald M. Jordan (Tax Revolt Independent).

6:45 pm - Candidates for State Auditor: Suzanne M. Bump (D), Mary Z. Connaughton (R), Nathanael Alexander Fortune (Green-Rainbow).

7:45 pm- Candidates for State Treasurer: Steven Grossman (D) and Karyn E. Polito (R).

The moderators for the forums will be members of the League. Candidates will answer questions submitted in writing by members of the audience.

For more information contact the Center for Community Based Learning at 617-243-2348.

 

 

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