Democracy: Part of a Balanced Breakfast
After the scandal concerning our last N.M. Secretary of State, you should definitely be interested in who is going to take the post in the next election. To decide who you are going to vote for, head to Congregation Albert on Sunday, Oct. 16, at 11am to see the two candidates, Bernalillo County Clerk Maggie Toulouse Oliver (Dem.) and State Representative Nora Espinoza (Rep), debate about the topics that are most important to them. The moderator of the debate will be Kent Walz, editor of the Albuquerque Journal. If you'd like to get to know the candidates on a more personal level, make reservations and show up early at 9:30am for a $12 brunch with Toulouse Oliver and Espinoza. (Renée Chavez)
Sunday Oct 16, 2016
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Kent Walz, Editor of the Albuquerque Journal, moderates the only scheduled debate between candidates Maggie Toulouse Oliver and Nora Espinoza.
Congregation Albert Brotherhood is hosting the only scheduled candidate debate for NM Secretary of State. On Sunday, October 16th Maggie Toulouse Oliver (Dem) and Nora Espinoza (Rep) will face of at 11:00am. The moderator for the debate is Kent Walz, Editor of the Albuquerque Journal. There will be a delicious brunch with the candidates at 9:30am. Both the brunch and the debate are open to the public. The Brunch is $12 and the debate is FREE.
Reservations are required for the brunch only and can be made by calling 883-1818, ext. 3203 or firstname.lastname@example.org No reservations are needed for the debate.
9:30am - Brunch
10:45am - Doors open to the public for the debate
11:00am - Debate begins
All proceeds from the brunch benefit the community service projects of the Congregation Brotherhood.
For more information, contact Jeff at 259-3190