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Candidate Forums planned for upcoming Municipal Election

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The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce will host a Candidate Forum for the Office of Mayor and City Council, on October 25 from 6:30-9pm, in Council Chambers, at Rochester City Hall.

6:30 pm
Meet the Candidates for City Council
All candidates from each Ward have been invited to present their positions on issues. Candidates in contested races will answer questions from a media panel followed by questions taken from the audience or the public.

8:00 pm
Meet the Candidates for Mayor
All candidates for Mayor have been invited to present their positions on issues. They will answer questions from a media panel followed by questions from the audience or the public.

The Chamber encourages residents and business owners to submit candidate questions to forum@rochesternh.net. Questions can also be called in to (603) 335-7557, during the live event only.

Rochester Listens will also host a Forum for School Board candidates on October 27 from 6:30-8:30pm, in Council Chambers, at Rochester City Hall. The public is encouraged to submit questions to RochesterListens@gmail.com.

Both Candidate Forums will be broadcast live on Comcast Channel 22, Atlantic Broadband Channel 26, and live-streamed on the city’s website. The broadcasts will also be available on-demand.

The Municipal Election will take place on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Visit www.RochesterNH.net/Vote to learn more.

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