The League of Women Voters of Alameda (LWVA) will present four candidate and issue forums covering citywide political candidates and state and local ballot measures leading up to the November 6 General Election.
At the second forum (7:00 – 8:30 pm on Thursday, October 11) the LWVA will present impartial, nonpartisan “Pros and Cons” on eleven statewide ballot measures, two countywide measures (A1 and B1), and Measure D, a proposed Alameda City Charter amendment.
There will be three Candidate Forums in all (October 4, 18, and 25) and one “Pros and Cons” presentation (October 11) on state and local ballot measures. all of them taking place 7:00 – 8:30 pm on Thursdays at the Mastick Senior Center.
All of these forums are free and open to the public. The Mastick Senior Center is an accessible, ADA-compliant facility. Parking is available: the parking lot entrance is on Santa Clara Avenue between Bay Street and St. Charles Street.
Dorothy Fullerton, LWVA Voter Service Chair
Jon Spangler, LWVA Publicity Committee
LWVA EVENTS: http://alameda.ca.lwvnet.org/Public_Events.html
Every candidate in the above four races has been invited to participate.
At each candidate forum, candidates will respond to questions posed by members of the audience and by the LWVA. At the October 11 forum, League members who are informed on the state and local ballot measures will present balanced “Pros and Cons” on each measure and answer audience questions.
The LWVA intends to videotape all four forums and make the videos available for later viewing on the League’s web site.
For nonpartisan election information please visit the League of Women Voters’ SmartVoter.org site. Information is also available from the office of the California Secretary of State, which produces theVoter Information Guide. Local election and voting information is available from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters. The last day to register to vote prior to the November 6 General Election—or to re-register if you have moved—is Monday, October 22.
The League of Women Voters, a 501(c) (3) nonpartisan and nonprofit public policy educational organization, offers voter service and citizen education activities to increase citizen participation in our democracy, study community issues, and support positive public policy solutions. The LWVA is open to men and women: please visit our membership page for more information.