Tuesday, April 09, 2013

City Council Candidates Will Answer Questions at Public Forum
Voters in Bristol, TN will have a chance to see what their city council candidates stand for. The candidates will attend a meeting at Bristol Motor Speedway on Thursday April 18th. The event is free and open to the public, but no questions will be accepted from the audience. However, as the host of the forum, the Chamber of Commerce will collect questions from the public in advance to ask the candidates. You can submit your questions by this Friday in person at the Chamber office or by email to cgammon@bristolchamber.org. The meeting will begin at 630 pm. The election is set for May 21st.

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