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Legislative forum to be held in Grafton this week

The forums will be held at the Grafton High School Performing Arts Center (1548 School Road, Grafton, ND 58237, Door 27), with the District 19 forum from 5:30 to 7 p.m., followed by the District 20

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GRAFTON, N.D. — The Walsh County Job Development Authority will co-host a legislative candidate forums for districts 19 and 20 on Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Grafton.

The forums will be held at the Grafton High School Performing Arts Center (1548 School Road, Grafton, ND 58237, Door 27), with the District 19 forum from 5:30 to 7 p.m., followed by the District 20 forum from 7:30 to 9 p.m.

The event is co-sponsored by the Walsh County Press and the Walsh County Record.

The public can email questions ahead of time by emailing walshcountyjda@nd.gov until noon on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Questions will also be collected at the door of the event. The questions will be presented anonymously. Additionally, questions will not be allowed in person during the event.

“It is important to educate the public about our candidates and to get candidates options on the important issues for our communities. We strive to ask non-partisan, non-leading questions to provide a quality discussion that will education the public” Angelle French, Walsh County JDA director, said in a news release.

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The event, which is open to the public, will also streamed live on Walsh County JDA Facebook page. The Walsh County JDA, a non-partisan economic development government agency.

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