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Meet the candidates and ask politicians your burning questions at a pre-election forum for the Richmond electorate on Tuesday, August 27 at Tweed Heads Civic Centre on Brett Street, Tweed Heads from 5 to 7pm. Members of the public can email questions for the candidates to [email protected] and they will be presented to the candidates at the forum.

Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NRSDC) in partnership with The Family Centre are presenting this forum to give people in the community an opportunity to voice their concerns about current social issues and present ideas for positive social change, as well as to allow candidates to talk about how they plan to address these challenges and outline their vision for our region.

NRSDC in partnership with Echonetdaily will also hold a forum for the Page electorate on Thursday August 29, 6–8pm at the Lismore Workers Club, Keen Street, Lismore.

Byron Shire Echo will also present a Richmond meet-the-candidates forum on Thursday September 5 at the Byron Community Centre. MC will be Mungo MacCallum.

 

See the Echo’s full election coverage on the page Election 2013


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