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Debates & Forums Set for Covington Elections

There will be several opportunities to hear from candidates running for Covington Mayor, City Commission, School Board, and State Senate, coming up over the next several weeks. It is your responsibility to be an informed voter so try to attend as many of these debates and forums as possible!
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Covington City Commission Candidates Debate, Monday September 24
Ninth Street Baptist Church 
Starts with reception at 5:30PM

The candidates for Covington City Commission will participate in a traditional debate including directing questioning from a panel and questions issued from the public. The event will be recorded by TBNK for later airing on government access cable channels. Seating will be limited to around 100 people, so come early. The event is sponsored by Ninth Street Baptist Church and OASIS, Inc.
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Covington City Commission Candidates Forum, Thursday September 27
Covington Business Council Luncheon
Madison Events Center
11:00AM - 1:00PM

The candidates will participate in a forum centered around business and economic issues. This is a luncheon event and the cost to attend is $15 for CBC members and $20 for non-members. For more information, click here.
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Covington City Commission Meet the Candidates Forum, Wednesday October 3
American Legion Hall, Latonia
6:00PM - 8:00PM

This forum will offer candidates for Covington City Commission and the community to meet face to face to discuss issues as well as some questioning for the candidates. Doors will open at 5:00PM. The event is sponsored by the Center for Great Neighborhoods, Covington Business Council, Covington Neighborhood Collaborative, Friends of Covington, kypost.com, Latonia Business Association, Mainstrasse Village Association, and the Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky.
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Covington Mayoral Candidates Debate, Monday October 8
Ninth Street Baptist Church
Starts with reception at 5:30PM

The candidates for Mayor of Covington will participate in a traditional debate including directing questioning from a panel and questions issued from the public. The event will be recorded by TBNK for later airing on government access cable channels. Seating will be limited to around 100 people, so come early. The event is sponsored by Ninth Street Baptist Church and OASIS, Inc.
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State Senate Candidates Debate, Monday October 15
Ninth Street Baptist Church

Starts with reception at 5:30PM
The candidates for state senate district 23, Republican Chris McDaniel and Democrat Jim Noll, will participate in a traditional debate including directing questioning from a panel and questions issued from the public. The event will be recorded by TBNK for later airing on government access cable channels. Seating will be limited to around 100 people, so come early. The event is sponsored by Ninth Street Baptist Church and OASIS, Inc. Panelists include Ryan Alessi of cn|2 Pure Politics, Scott Wartman of the Cincinnati Enquirer, and Michael Monks of The River City News. 
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Covington School Board Candidates Debate, Thursday October 18
Ninth Street Baptist Church
Starts with reception at 5:30PM

The candidates for Covington School Board will participate in a traditional debate including directing questioning from a panel and questions issued from the public. The event will be recorded by TBNK for later airing on government access cable channels. Seating will be limited to around 100 people, so come early. The event is sponsored by Ninth Street Baptist Church and OASIS, Inc. 
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Covington Mayor Candidates Forum, Thursday October 25
Covington Business Council Luncheon
Madison Events Center
11:00AM - 1:00PM

The candidates will participate in a forum centered around business and economic issues. This is a luncheon event and the cost to attend is $15 for CBC members and $20 for non-members.
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Covington Mayor & School Board Meet the Candidates Forum, Thursday October 25
American Legion Hall, Latonia

6:00PM - 8:00PM
This forum will offer candidates for Covington Mayor & Covington School Board and the community to meet face to face to discuss issues as well as some questioning for the candidates. Doors will open at 5:00PM. The event is sponsored by the Center for Great Neighborhoods, Covington Business Council, Covington Neighborhood Collaborative, Friends of Covington, kypost.com, Latonia Business Association, Mainstrasse Village Association, and the Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky.

Comments

I for one would like to know how Commissioner Carran, who was originally elected in the ward system to especially represent her ward, her neighborhood, Botany Hills, could be so ineffective about code enforcement? Steve Frank accomplished in one month what Carran could not or would not do in eight years! I'm talking about that disgraceful, public health hazard that was created around Altamont Road.

Will RCN be doing providing any fact checking so that the voters can be guaranteed accurate information in the debates?  That would be most helpful!