North Valley Coalition Mayoral Forum

Goooood Morning, Albuquerque

I gotta say, if Donald Trump has actually done one good thing for Americans, it's reigniting the passion of politically active citizens and then some. This Wednesday, Aug. 23, at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, get your passion for civil rights on by joining fellow locals at the North Valley Coalition Mayoral Forum hosted by our very own August March. Beginning at 6pm, meet with mayoral candidates and learn about their policies and positions on issues that Albuquerque faces in this turbulent time. Folks can email question suggestions for the candidates to nvcabq@gmail.com. (Rini Grammer)

Wednesday Aug 23, 2017

2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
US

Phone: 843-7270
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A mayoral forum to focus on both Valley issues and citywide issues. Moderated by Weekly Alibi news editor, August March.

The North Valley Coalition is pleased to announce a 2017 mayoral forum to focus on both Valley issues and citywide issues. All candidates have confirmed their attendance and the forum will be moderated by Weekly Alibi news editor August March.

 

The North Valley Coalition and Weekly Alibi present:

North Valley Coalition Mayoral Forum 2017

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

6:00 pm – 6:30pm: Meet and greet

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm: Mayoral Forum 

• Ricardo Chaves

• Brian Colón

• Michelle Garcia Holmes

• Wayne Johnson

• Tim Keller

• Dan Lewis

• Gus Pedrotty

• Susan Wheeler-Deichsel

 

FORUM QUESTION INPUT:

Coalition members interested in providing questions for the forum moderator to consider should email suggestions to nvcabq@gmail.com.

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All the candidates are jockeying for position as they come around the home bend. Get right up there on the edge of the running, as it were, when the North Valley Coalition and Weekly Alibi present a forum for Albuquerque Mayoral Candidates at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (2401 12th Street NW).

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