MEET THE CANDIDATES Videos from March 8, 22, and 23 Forums

Hosted by Midwest Partners and the Princeton Public Library, in collaboration with the Bureau County Historical Society

Wednesday, March 8, 6:30-8 pm Princeton City Council Candidates City Council Members Jerry Neumann and Hector Gomez will be asked to describe their role in city government and what they see as strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to good city management. Since they are running unopposed, they will be asked to offer their perspectives on specific issues that came up in their current terms as well as what they plan to do in the next two years. After each has made his presentation, there will be an opportunity for questions submitted by the audience. Missed the Forum? Watch the video.

Wednesday, March 22, 6:30-8 pm School Board Candidates Each candidate will be asked to present their case for election in 10-15 minutes by describing wht they believe are the most important issues for school boards to address, in addition to discussing strengths and weaknesses in the schools and threats and opportunities in Princeton and the surrounding area. Candidates will also be asked to answer questions prepared on a range of topics pertinent to the issue of public schools and education. Missed the Forum? Watch the video.

Thursday, March 23, 6:30–8 pm Princeton Mayoral Candidate Ray Mabry will have the opportunity to present his visions for the city and the mayor’s role in that visions. The evening will be moderated and will include 30 minutes for questions, submitted to the moderator and selected for discussion by the candidate. Video coming soon!

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