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Meet Candidates Next Week

October 12, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton Valley, Town of Jackson No Comments
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The local voting public will have an opportunity to get a better idea of what each of the candidates stand for next week during the typical forums put on in cooperation with the League of Women Voters in Jackson Hole.  The first of the Jackson Hole forums on Monday focuses on those running for Teton County School Board at St. John’s Episcopal Church.  Those running for Jackson Town Council and Mayor will be questioned by a panel on Wednesday at the Jackson Hole Middle School, and those seeking a position on the Teton County Commission or Wyoming House District 22 will participate in a forum Thursday again at St. John’s Episcopal Church.  All three forums begin at 6:00 pm.  Panels firing questions at the candidates will be from the valley’s various media outlets.  This year’s forums are being conducted in memory of long-time forum organizer Helen Buehler.    Voters in Teton Valley, Idaho will get a look at their candidates during debates at 6:00 pm Tuesday at Teton High School and 7:00 pm Wednesday at the Driggs Senior Center.  Members of the public will pose questions to those candidates.

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