Bee candidate forum is Monday
The Daily Bee is inviting the public — and candidates in contested mayoral, city, and school board races — to be a part of our 2023 election forum on Monday, Oct. 30.
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Want to know where the candidates stand on the issues?
Come find out the answers at the Daily Bee's 2023 election forum on Monday, Oct. 30, at the Sandpoint Library, 1407 Cedar St. It begins at 5:30 p.m.
The forum is part of an effort by the Bonner County Daily Bee to provide voters with more information on candidates before Election Day, Nov. 7.
Candidates will answer questions developed by Daily Bee staff and the public on hot local topics. Suggested questions can be submitted to Caroline Lobsinger at email@example.com.
Recordings of the forum will be posted to the political section of our website, bonnercountydailybee.com, the following day. The Daily Bee will also be covering the forum for the daily paper.
In Sandpoint, candidates running for council are Amelia Boyd, Pam Duquette, Deb Ruehle, Kyle Schreiber, Grant Simmons, and Elle Susnis. There are three open seats. Running for mayor are Jeremy Grimm, Kate McAlister, and Frytz Mor.
In Dover, running for council are Keith Congleton, Steven Haynes, and Dan Parkin. There are two open seats.
In the Lake Pend Oreille School District, Jenn McKnight and Scott Wood are running for the Zone 1 seat. Incumbent Purley Decker opted not to run for re-election. In Zone 4 of the Lake Pend Oreille School District, Geraldine Lewis ran unopposed and will be appointed to her seat.
For more information on elections and polling, including a current list of candidates, go online to bit.ly/2Wh65iH, or contact the Bonner County Elections office, 1500 U.S. 2, Suite 124, or by calling 208-255-3631.
Same-day registration and voting are available on Election Day at your polling place. If you aren't sure where your polling place is located, you can enter your address at voteidaho.gov to find out.
To read surveys by local candidates, go online to bit.ly/46PNMQD.