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League of Women Voters to host series of candidate forums

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The Municipal Elections are just around the corner, so the League of Women Voters of the Cape Fear is sponsoring a series of candidate forums in Brunswick County next month. (Source: Raycom Media) The Municipal Elections are just around the corner, so the League of Women Voters of the Cape Fear is sponsoring a series of candidate forums in Brunswick County next month. (Source: Raycom Media)
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) -

The Municipal Elections are just around the corner, so the League of Women Voters of the Cape Fear is sponsoring a series of candidate forums in Brunswick County next month. 

The date and location of each Forum and the contests to be covered at each are listed below:

Leland Municipal Election Candidate Forum is on Wednesday, October 4, at 6:30 at Leland Town Hall.    

Candidates will be running for City of Leland Mayor, Council, and H2go Commissioner. Leland Town Hall is located at 102 Town Hall Drive off of Village Road NE in Leland.  Residents are encouraged to submit questions for the candidates at leland2017quest@gmail.com  

Southport Municipal Election Candidate Forum is on Monday, October 16, at 6:30 at the Community Building, 223 E. Bay Street.    

Candidates will be running for City of Southport Mayor, Alderman Ward 1, and Alderman Ward 2. Residents are encouraged to submit questions for the candidates at spt2017quest@gmail.com  

Oak Island Municipal Election Candidate Forum is on Wednesday, October 18, at 6:00 at the Town Hall, 4601 E. Oak Island Drive.      

Candidates will be running for mayor and town council.  WECT's Jon Evans will moderate this forum and it will be televised on the Oak Island Community Channel 8. Residents are encouraged to submit questions for the candidates at oki2017quest@gmail.com 

The Municipal Elections will take place Nov. 7, 2017.

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