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April 14, 2008
Upcoming election forums
7 p.m. Thursday, April 17. Junior League Community Center, 617 9th Ave.,
Huntington. Candidates for Board of Education. Cosponsored by the Junior League
of Huntington and National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women.
Call (304) 736-3287 for more information.
7 p.m. Tuesday, April 22. Marshall University Memorial Student Center.
Commission-sheriff-judge forum: This forum in the Don Morris Room of the student
center will cover three different races. Those include the Democratic primary
for Cabell County Commission, candidates Damon Holley and Susan Hubbard; the
Democratic primary for District 6, Division 3, Circuit Judge, candidates Jane
Hustead and Paul Farrell; and the Democratic primary for Cabell County sheriff,
candidates C.A. Adams, Herman Beckett, Scott Bias, Greg Lawson and Thomas
McComas. The first two panels are expected to last 25 minutes each, with the
sheriff's panel expected to take about 45 minutes. Sponsored by The
Herald-Dispatch and WSAZ NewsChannel 3.
5-9 p.m. Thursday, April 24, doors open at 4:30 p.m. Eagles Distributing Co.,
140 W. 3rd Ave., Huntington. Meet the Candidates of Cabell, Wayne and Lincoln
counties. All state and local candidates are encouraged to attend, along with
the general public. Food and beverages will be provided. For candidate
recognition, contact Jeanne Lusk, (304) 525-5151. Sponsored by Eagle
Distributing Co., Southwestern Community Action Council, The American Legions of
West Virginia and The Wayne County Community Services Organization. Candidates
must R.S.V.P. by Monday, April 7; contact Lusk.
6:30 p.m. Friday, April 25. A.D. Lewis Center, 1450 Lewis Drive, Huntington.
Meet the Candidates. Sponsored by OVEC and NAACP.
7 p.m. Tuesday, April 29. Marshall University Memorial Student Center.
Huntington mayor forum. This forum in the Don Morris Room will focus on the
Democratic primary for mayor, and the candidates include David Felinton, Bob
Bailey, Lucille Wight and Shawn Bresnahan. Sponsored by The Herald-Dispatch and
WSAZ NewsChannel 3.