Cary Candidate Forum Seeks Your Questions
Cary, NC — The Cary Candidate Forum is coming up and the organizers want your questions. The process is simple but time is short.
Cary Candidate Forum
The Cary Candidate Forum will be held on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at Town Hall. The Forum is moderated by the non-partisan N.C. Center for Voter Education.
Candidates for the following Cary offices will participate:
- Town Council At-Large
- Town Council District A
- Town Council District C
- Wake School Board District 7
- Wake School Board District 9
The public is invited to attend the forum, which will also be broadcast following the event. But no questions will be allowed from the floor.
Now is the time to submit your questions, by email, snail mail, phone or YouTube.
As the editor of CaryCitizen, I know that people have questions. Lots of questions. Some of the most topical:
- Downtown Redevelopment
- Public Art
- Jordan Lake
Maybe you have other burning issues. Now is the time to get some answers.
Eligibility & Cutoff
According to NcVoterEd.com:
Cary residents can submit questions now through September 1.
There is no limit to the amount of questions that a Cary resident can submit. Please provide your name and address since no anonymous questions will be used during the forum.
Submit Questions by Email:
Submit your questions via email: email@example.com
Submit Questions via Snail Mail:
Attn: Cary Forum
N.C. Center for Voter Education
3933 Arrow Drive, Suite 101
Raleigh, NC 27612
Submit Questions Phone or Fax:
Submit Questions via YouTube:
Post your question to YouTube and email a link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit Your Questions Now
Submit your questions for the candidates now through September 1, 2013 to be considered for the Cary Candidate Forum.
For more info, visit NcVoterEd.com.
Thanks for the reminder! And, it’s so easy to submit questions – I’ve done that via email and your reminder to include my address was spot on! The auto-reply mentions that as well! Here’s to a great debate! Perhaps some of the candidates have a look at the Cary Citizen — I’ll post my questions below (I should have combined 1 and 2):
1) The NC General Assembly budget will have an impact on the Town’s budget – what is the size of that impact in dollars?
2) Given that the NC General Assembly budget will impact the Town Of Cary’s budget, what would you do, if elected, to address the projected shortfall?
3) What do you know about Open Data? How will you, if elected, improve the Town’s Open Data policy?
4) What is the value to the taxpayer for all of the entertainment properties the Town owns? Should the town own entertainment venue and stadiums? Should the Town promote them?