Sunday, July 09, 2006

July 26 - Judicial Debates

The Argus sponsors a judicial debate every election, and this year is no exception. The debate is at Howell High School's auditorium.

The candidates running for judge in Livingston County's Aug. 8 primary — all 13 of 'em — have been invited to the Daily Press & Argus' judicial debate. The event, set to begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 26, at the Howell High School auditorium, will feature the three candidates running for each of the two 53rd District Court races, as well as the seven hopefuls running for the Probate Court position. The debate is open to the public.

If there's anything you'd like us to ask the candidates, e-mail your questions to elections@livingstondaily.com. Be sure to include your name and telephone number. We'll use the questions submitted by our readers to craft those we ask during the debate.

2 comments:

supermilarocks said...

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Count Me Red said...

Endosements are good things. They help direct votes toward the good candidates. Some groups take great care in fact-finding and research which helps those of us that do not do that. We appreciate knowing who the recommended candidates. "Our" recommended candidates. If you don't like the questions, don't fill out the questionnaire, courage and honesty or some of the traits we are looking for. Ask away Republicans. I think the survey is just fine.