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The League of Women Voters® (LWV) of the Redding Area, a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government, will be sponsoring three candidate forums prior to the March 3rd election. All forums are moderated and open to the public and offer the voters of Shasta County the opportunity to ask questions of the candidates and to become better acquainted with the candidates and their positions on issues of interest.

Sunday, January 26th, Candidate Forum for both State Assembly, District 1 and State Senate, District 1, from 2 to 4 pm in the Redding Library.

Monday, February 3rd, Candidate Forum for Shasta County Board of Supervisor, District 2, from 6 to 8 pm at Grant Elementary School, Junior High Gym, 8835 Swasey Drive, Redding.

Thursday, February 6th, Candidate Forum for Shasta County Board of Supervisor, District 4 from 6 to 8 pm at the Shasta Lake City Council Chambers, 4488 Red Bluff St., Shasta Lake. This forum is co-sponsored by the Shasta Lake Chamber of Commerce.

The League of Women Voters® does not endorse political parties nor candidates for office.

For updated, information, call (530) 243-7760 or go to http://redding.ca.lwvnet.org.

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6 Responses

  1. Tom O'Mara Tom O'Mara says:

    I count three here.

  2. Avatar Randy says:

    Which of the candidates acknowledge the scientific realities of AGW and are working on solutions and which candidates cling to denial, ignorance and evasion as their way of dealing with AGW? We really need use this forum to find out.

    • Avatar Doug Cook says:

      Randy, what is the #1 piece of legislation that you would like to see passed to eliminate the dreaded climate change?

      • Avatar Randy says:

        The first thing we have to do is to force all elected officials who deny the scientific realities of AGW to point out exactly where the science is ‘wrong’ or has been ‘faked’ and when they can’t do that simple task they need to be fired for gross incompetence.

        • Avatar Doug Cook says:

          So in your world…if a politician doesn’t agree with Randy…he should be fired? Isn’t that what elections are for? If voters actually think climate change is that important, let them vote the person out of office. The problem is, that you all have cried wolf so many times that most people don’t care about climate change. It is a non issue, except for those that have made it their religion.