Thursday, March 13, 2014

FIRST DEBATE, TONIGHT, THURSDAY, 7:00 PM

Submit questions by email to patriot@humteaparty.com or come early and submit them in person. There will be no questions from the floor. There will be a moderator and a time keeper.

The Tea Party Debate will start at 7:00 PM.
Seating will be limited.
The event is NOT open to the public.

Place: Eureka Veterans Building
Thursday, 3-13-2014 7:00 PM
Any questions? For more info, call and leave message or text 707-498-3101
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DEBATE SCHEDULE (These are the debates I have heard about so far. I do not have complete information, but will update as it comes in. Anyone with information, please submit it in the comments.)
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Added: KHSU, the Mad River Union, the Arcata Police Association and the Arcata High School Pepperbox are sponsoring a DA candidate forum March 20 from 7-8:30 PM. The forum will be broadcast live from the Arcata Community Center Senior Room. Tune it to KHSU, KHSU.org or attend the forum live at the Community Center. More details at madriverunion.com.
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Added: The Rotary Club of Eureka is sponsoring a District Attorney forum (hosted by the League of Women Voters) on Monday, April 21 at 12:30 at the Elk's Lodge in Eureka.
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The Fortuna Fire Dept. is thinking of holding a community candidate forum. I have agreed to get in touch with the candidates to help facilitate setting it up.

They'd like to know which days candidates have available, so that they can plan a date - the facility is open evenings on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

I'll keep you informed as it develops, with contact info and tentative date.

4 comments:

  1. KHSU, the Mad River Union, the Arcata Police Association and the Arcata High School Pepperbox are sponsoring a DA candidate forum March 20 from 7-8:30 PM. The forum will be broadcast live from the Arcata Community Center Senior Room. Tune it to KHSU, KHSU.org or attend the forum live at the Community Center. More details at madriverunion.com.

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  2. What happens if someone wants to cheer a statement about a sick uninsured individual being allowed to die rather than receive treatment?

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  3. gg, bumped that info up to the main post, couldn't find info on the site - when I do, I'll add that.

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