Monday, October 24, 2011

This Week's Candidate Nights

Monday, October 24
Bethlehem City Council candidates' night (all have confirmed)
Church of the Manger
1401 Greenview Drive, Bethlehem, Pa.
7:00 PM
hosted by a Northwest block watch. Candidates will "answer your questions and address your concerns."

Monday, October 24th
7:00 PM
St. John’s Lutheran Church – 501 Chestnut Street, Emmaus, PA
Meet, greet and ask questions of candidates from
Court of Common Pleas
Lehigh County Commissioners at Large
Emmaus Borough Council
Emmaus School Board
Hosted by the Women’s Club of Emmaus.
For more information please call 610-797-0415.


Monday, October 24
Lehigh County Judge (Dan McCarthy & Dough Reichley)
South Whitehall Comm'rs (3 openings)
Luther Crest
800 Hausman Road, Allentown, PA
7 PM
Sponsored by League Women Voters

Tuesday, October 25
Bethlehem City Council Debate (all candidates confirmed)
Salem Lutheran Church, Fellowship Room
537 High Street, Bethlehem, Pa.
6:30 PM
sponsored by Neighbors on Watch Block Watch
questions from audience permitted. The Morning Call's Nicole Radzevich, The Express Times Lynn Olanoff and yours truly will serve as panelists. Meet and greet follows debate. Parking lot off High Street, and on-street parking available. 
Format:  Two-minute opening, two questions from each panelist, pre-approved questions from the floor, read by the moderator, Rev. Walter Long. Two-minute closings. 

Thursday, October 27
Northampton County Council Debate
District 1: Ken Kraft and Seth Vaughn
District 2: J. Michael Dowd and Robert Werner
District 3: Lamont McClure and Matt Connolly
District 4: Ron Angle and Scott Parsons
Northampton County Courthouse, Council Chambers,
7th and Washington streets, Easton, Pa. 18042
sponsored by League of Women Voters
Questions from League and audience permitted

Thursday, October 27
Northwestern Lehigh School Board Candidates
Northwestern Lehigh Middle School Auditorium
7:00 PM
sponsored by League of Women Voters

Wednesday, November 2
Candidates' debate for Easton School Board, County Council and Controller
(Unsure whether other races will be included. Will update when I know).
Chrin Community Center, Palmer Township
6:30 PM
sponsored by TEA-LV.

Wednesday, November 2
Lower Macungie Comm'rs (two seats)
Hillside School
2697 Brookside Road, Macungie, PA
7 PM
sponsored by League Women Voters, who will pre-approve written questions

Thursday, November 3
Macungie Borough Councl (three seats in play)
Macungie Institute
510 E Main St, Macungie, PA
League of Women Voters will pre-approve written questions.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the tea baggers tomorrow night.

Anonymous said...

Will any of these be televised by any chance?

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the flea baggers occupying whatever they can take a shit in/on.

Bernie O'Hare said...

I don't think any of them will be televised. PBS at one time thought it had a civic responsibility to inform people, but no longer.

Anonymous said...

aren't you forgetting the mayoral debate at the sate for the mayor of the county seat. I realize Panto is a shoe-in against this guy but it will be intersting to see if his opponent throws a tantrum like he used to do at the county's 9-1-1 task force meetings, or when he demoted himself from a Lt. in the fire dept. to a regular firefighter becasue he couldn't handle the stress. He is a mouth, all talk no action. Has not done a thing to make the city better.

Bernie O'Hare said...

Give me the details, please, or a link. Thanks very much.