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City Council At-Large Candidate Forum

OctOctober 14 2021

7:00pm - 9:00pm

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    The League of Woman Voters and the Daily Hampshire Gazette

    will host a forum for candidates running for the City Council’s six at-large seats.

    The forum will be held on Thursday, October 14th form 7 PM – 9 PM.

    The event will be live-streamed on Holyoke Media and available for viewing on channel 12 in Holyoke

    There are currently 11 candidates running for those seats: incumbents Peter Tallman, James Leahy, Joseph McGiverin and Howard Greaney, as well as challengers Kevin Jourdain, Israel Rivera, Jose Luis Maldonado Velez, Mark Chatel, Jennifer Keitt, Tessa Murphy-Romboletti and Paola Ferrario.

    Members of the public can submit questions for the candidates on the League of Women Voters’ website — lwvnorthamptonarea.org — by clicking on “contact us.” To avoid confusion, messages should include the forum date, the city, and whether it is for the City Council or mayoral forum. Those with questions are asked to address them to all candidates.


The League of Woman Voters and the Daily Hampshire Gazette

will host a forum for candidates running for the City Council’s six at-large seats.

The forum will be held on Thursday, October 14th form 7 PM – 9 PM.

The event will be live-streamed on Holyoke Media and available for viewing on channel 12 in Holyoke

There are currently 11 candidates running for those seats: incumbents Peter Tallman, James Leahy, Joseph McGiverin and Howard Greaney, as well as challengers Kevin Jourdain, Israel Rivera, Jose Luis Maldonado Velez, Mark Chatel, Jennifer Keitt, Tessa Murphy-Romboletti and Paola Ferrario.

Members of the public can submit questions for the candidates on the League of Women Voters’ website — lwvnorthamptonarea.org — by clicking on “contact us.” To avoid confusion, messages should include the forum date, the city, and whether it is for the City Council or mayoral forum. Those with questions are asked to address them to all candidates.

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