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League of Women Voters to Host Assembly District 29 Forum

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September 18, 2018

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MENOMONIE - League of Women Voters of Greater Chippewa Valley this week announced a forum for the three candidates for Assembly District 29 on Sept. 25, 6:30 p.m. in the community room of the Judicial Center, 615 Stokke Parkway, Menomonie. Candidates to represent Assembly District 29 are: Republican Rob Stafsholt, Libertarian Brian Corriea and Democrat John Calabrese.

The order for candidates’ presentations will be determined by lot. Each candidate will make a brief opening statement. Following their statements, candidates will answer questions collected from the public attending the forum. The questions may be directed to the candidates at large or to a specific candidate, with every candidate having an opportunity to respond. The LWV-GCV provides a moderator, time-keeper, and facilitators.

The current Representative is Rob Stafsholt, who has served in that capacity for one term. Public interest in this fall’s election on Tuesday, Nov. 6 is high for all contested offices, according to officials.

Go to the local League’s web site (“lwv-gcv.org” then click “Voter Services”) for information on registration, absentee ballot registration and voting deadlines, sample ballots and candidate information. Ballots are not yet ready for this election, but should be posted by late September at .

The forum will be conducted in compliance with the guidelines set by state and national chapters of the League of Women Voters.

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The forum is organized by the League of Women Voters – Greater Chippewa Valley based in Menomonie. The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that advocates for informed and active participation in government. Membership is open to women and men of all ages. With 20 local Leagues in Wisconsin plus 2 inter-League groups and more than 800 affiliates across the county, the League is one of the nation’s most trusted grassroots organizations. See lwvwi.org for information on the state League.

Ellen Ochs, VP & Education Director LWV – GCV

715-235-0412 / 715-309-9334

Margy Hagaman co-pres. LWV-GCV

715 309-8030

Kitz Cleary, co- pres. LWV – GCV 715-235-2441

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