A debate with At-Large candidates for City Council is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 15 at the Bay Area Community Center in Clear Lake Park. Following is the event announcement:
At-Large candidates for Houston City Council will discuss their plans for the city and the Clear Lake area during a nonpartisan forum on Thursday, October 15.
Cosponsored by Bay Area Association of Democratic Women (BAAD Women) and Clear Lake Area Republicans, the forum will focus on the area’s top issues and will provide candidates the opportunity to explain their positions to the community prior to the November elections.
It all happens at the Bay Area Community Center in Clear Lake Park, located at 5002 NASA Parkway (across the street from the lake) in Seabrook.
The event begins with social networking at 6:30 p.m. followed by the forum from 7 to 9 p.m. The meeting is free and open to the public.
Due to the number of candidates running in the Houston City Council At-Large Races, the committee formed from both hosting groups narrowed down those that were invited to the following candidates all of which will be attending the debate forum.
At-Large Position 1 – Griff Griffin, Mike Knox, Lane Lewis, Tom McCasland.
At-Large Position 2 – Eric Dick, Moe Rivera, David Robinson
At-Large Position 3 – Michael Kubosh, Doug Peterson
At-Large Position 4 – Amanda Edwards, Jonathan Hansen, Roy Morales, Laurie Robinson
At-Large Position 5 – Jack Christie, Philippe Nassif
Here is a link for a complete list of: November 3, 2015 General Election Candidates.
RESERVE YOUR FORUM TICKETS HERE