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2014 General Election Candidate Forums and Debates

Sponsored by the Bismarck-Mandan League of Women Voters, Bismarck Tribune, and Dakota Media Access

Monday, September 29
Tom Baker Room – Bismarck
6:00 p.m. Legislative District 35 Senate
7:00 p.m. Bismarck City Commission

Tuesday, September 30
Bosh Froehlich Room – Mandan
6:00 p.m. Morton County Sheriff
7:00 p.m. Morton County Commission

Wednesday, October 1
Tom Baker Room – Bismarck
6:00 p.m. Legislative District 47 Senate
7:00 p.m. Legislative District 35 House

Thursday, October 2
Tom Baker Room – Bismarck
6:00 p.m. Burleigh County Commission

Thursday, October 23
Belle Mehus Auditorium
6:30 p.m. ND Agriculture Commissioner Debate
7:30 p.m. U.S. House of Representatives Debate

The events will be carried LIVE on Government Access, channel 2 and online at www.freetv.org. The October 23 debates will also be available on Midcontinent Communications channel #323 (available on basic tier). The forums and debates will also be replayed on cable and available for online viewing up until the election.

Forum Locations and Call-in Numbers:
(no call-in questions for the October 23 debates)

Bismarck
Call in # - 355-1312
Tom Baker Meeting Room,
City/County Building,
221 N 5th Street

Mandan
Call In # - 667-3237
Ed “Bosh” Froehlich Meeting Room,
Mandan City Hall, 205 2nd Ave. NW

Election Information

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LWVND 2014 Voter Guide to the eight Constitutional Amendments and Initiatives on the November 4, 2014 ND General Election ballot.

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State of North Dakota

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