Carroll Community College Hosts Political Forum

As election day nears, Carroll Community College offers a venue for people to talk about local issues.

The Carroll Community College Political Science Department is hosting a political forum on Monday, Oct. 29, the public is invited to attend.

The forum will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in room K100. The forum will consist of a question-and- answer session with representatives of both the Carroll County Democratic and Republican Central Committees on local issues.

For the second half of the evening, congressional, senatorial, and presidential representatives will participate in a debate.

Information in this article was taken from a Carroll Community College news release.

Judith M. Smith October 17, 2012 at 02:43 PM
I hope that the session will be better controlled than the last one with a strong effort to eliminate the usual blah blah blah..so a good moderator is essential, with a time monitoring device that shuts off the rambling posturing blither would also be good. Having a computer on "Fact Check" would be an interesting aspect...perhaps one of the Poly Sci people could work that angle out. Too much time is also taken up with the transferring of microphones--that was not an issue at the last forum. I look forward to it.


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