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Sonoma County Election Candidate Forums and Meetings

For every community that is having an election of City Council members to County Supervisors, Initiatives, ballot measures, etc. here are opportunities to get to the know the people and the issues before you vote:

Oct 3 ~ 5th District Supervisor Candidate FORUM ~ hosted by the Sebastopol Sunrise Rotary. Moderated by Gina Channel. Lynda Hopkins and Noreen Evans. 6pm - 8pm, FREE, at the Community Church of Sebastopol, UCC, 1000 Gravenstein Hwy N, Sebastopol INFO: sebsunriserotary.org

Oct 3 ~ Bellevue USD School Board Candidates Meet & Greet Hosted by Bellevue Education Association 4pm-6pm Redhawk Park, Santa Rosa. INFO: Bellevue Union School District, 3150 Education Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 busd.org (707) 542-5197

Oct 4 ~ Bellevue USD School Board Candidates Meet & Greet Hosted by Bellevue Education Association 4pm-6pm Southwest Park, Santa Rosa. INFO: Bellevue Union School District, 3150 Education Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 busd.org (707) 542-5197

Oct. 5   - Palm Drive Health Care District Board candidate forum.  Eira Klich-Heartt, Jim Horn,  Robert Cary, Marsha Sue Lustig, Gail G. Thomas. Graton Community Center.,  8996 Edison Road, Graton  Wednesday, 7:30 - 9:00 pm    The public is invited to attend and hear the candidates views.  Hosted by League of Women Voters of Sonoma County. More Information: Chlele Gummer 707-292-0535

Oct. 5  -  Presentation of the Pros and Cons of some of the ballot initiatives   Come learn what the initiatives will do if passed, who supports and who oppose, what the legislative analysts say, and where else to gain more information. Rohnert Park City Hall, 130 Avram Ave.  6:00 - 7:30  pm  The League will present the pros and cons on some of the more controversial issues on the November ballot.  Public is invited.  Hosted by League of Women Voters of Sonoma County. More Information: Chlele Gummer 707-292-0535

Oct 5 ~ Sebastopol City Council Forum ~ Each candidate will be introduced, then take a few questions from the moderator, before making statements. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions. This event is live only, no video and no tape. 3pm on. Social Hall in the Community Building, Burbank Heights and Orchard Senior Housing, 7777 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol

Oct 5 ~ Sebastopol City Council Forum ~ Hosted by the Sebastopol’s Chamber of Commerce with Craig Boblitt, moderator. The format is familiar: opening statements, questions from the moderator, closing statements. The public will be given cards to fill out for additional questions, asked through the moderator if time permits. This event will probably not be filmed or taped. Sebastopol Center for the Arts, 282 S. High Street, Sebastopol

Oct 6 ~ 5th District Candidate Forum ~ Noreen Evans and Lynda Hopkins will be available for attendee questions so you can learn who they are, and how they plan to serve our community. Hosted by the Sonoma County Gazette. Duane DeWitt moderator, 6-7pm at Roseland Village Community LIbrary,  779 Sebastopol Road Santa RosaCA 95407 (707) 548-7873 INFO: https://sonomalibrary.org/locations/roseland-community-library

Oct 6 ~ Santa Rosa Town Hall Be part of the solution!  Are you concerned about roads, traffic, affordable housing facilities, or other city matters? Do you have ideas and suggestions about how Santa Rosa should be investing our community’s limited resources? The Community Advisory Board, which advocates for your needs, wants to hear from you! FREE childcare and Spanish language translation will be provided at each Town Hall Meeting. Refreshments and food will be provided. 6-7:30pm. De Meo Room, 415 Steele Lane, Santa Rosa

Oct 10 ~ Meet the Santa Rosa City Counci Candidates Night presented by the Youth Empowerment Council. The candidates for Santa Rosa City Council will be answering questions from youth (ages 24 and younger). . Adults are welcome to come and listen while youth are encouraged to submit questions. Snacks and beverages and it is a free event! 5:30 pm Location: Chop’s Teen Club 509 Adams St., Santa Rosa INFO: Tomorrow\'s Leaders Today

Oct 10 - 5th District Supervisor candidate forum - Noreen Evans and Lynda Hopkins   Sebastopol Community Center, 390 Morris Street,  Monday, 6:30 - 7:30 pm.  The public is invited to hear the issues facing Sonoma County and written questions from the audience will be accepted. Hosted by League of Women Voters of Sonoma County. More information: Chlele Gummer 707-292-0535

Oct. 10 - Cloverdale City Council candidate forum: Melanie Bagby, Mary Ann Brigham, Bob Cox, Sandi Crayford, Charlie King, James Luchini, Jason Turner, Paula Wrenn, Cloverdale Performing Arts Ctr., 209 No. Cloverdale Blvd.,   6:00 - 7:30 pm   The public is invited to hear about the issues in the city of Cloverdale.  Written questions from the audience will be accepted.  Hosted by League of Women Voters of Sonoma County. More information: Chlele Gummer 707-292-0535

Oct 12 ~ Santa Rosa City Council Candidate Forum ~ Brandi Asker, Julie Combs, Ernesto Oliveres, Chris Rogers, Don Taylor, Jack Tibets. WHO are you going to VOTE for? MEET the candidates - LEARN their positions on neighborhood issues - ASK them questions. Sponsored by Junior College Neighborhood Association  6:30 - 8PM at the Odd fellows Hall, 545 Pacific Ave. ., Santa Rosa. 

Oct 15 ~ Santa Rosa Town Hall Be part of the solution!  Are you concerned about roads, traffic, affordable housing facilities, or other city matters? Do you have ideas and suggestions about how Santa Rosa should be investing our community’s limited resources? The Community Advisory Board, which advocates for your needs, wants to hear from you! FREE childcare and Spanish language translation will be provided at each Town Hall Meeting. Refreshments and food will be provided. 12:00P – 1:30P at Roseland Elementary School Library 950 Sebastopol Road Santa Rosa

Oct 18 ~  The English Language Advisory Committee from Sonoma Valley (ELAC),  North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP), and  the Springs Community Alliance are sponsoring a forum for Sonoma Valley candidates for 1st District Sonoma County Board of Education and for Sonoma Valley Unified School District from 6-8 p.m. at the La Luz Center on 17560 Greger St, Sonoma,   

Oct 19 ~ Santa Rosa Town Hall Be part of the solution!  Are you concerned about roads, traffic, affordable housing facilities, or other city matters? Do you have ideas and suggestions about how Santa Rosa should be investing our community’s limited resources? The Community Advisory Board, which advocates for your needs, wants to hear from you! FREE childcare and Spanish language translation will be provided at each Town Hall Meeting. Refreshments and food will be provided. 12:00P – 1:30P Downtown Santa Rosa Library, 211 E Street,  Santa Rosa

Oct 22 ~ Santa Rosa Town Hall Be part of the solution!  Are you concerned about roads, traffic, affordable housing facilities, or other city matters? Do you have ideas and suggestions about how Santa Rosa should be investing our community’s limited resources? The Community Advisory Board, which advocates for your needs, wants to hear from you! FREE childcare and Spanish language translation will be provided at each Town Hall Meeting. Refreshments and food will be provided. 10:00A – 11:30A Rincon Valley Library, 6959 Montecito Boulevard Rincon Valley/Santa Rosa

Oct 27 ~ El Molino Political Forum - With nearly 20 proposals on the ballot this year, voters must make important choices on a wide variety of proposals that will impact Californians for decades to come. El Molino AP Government students will be leading discussions on propositions of interest to help prepare voters to make informed choices. We hope that you will join us so that you can be a well informed voter about the many important measures up for vote this election. The El Molino Culinary Arts program will be providing a pasta dinner and refreshments. FREE - 6p-8:30p 7050 Covey Rd. Forestville. - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/el-molino-high-school-political-forum-tickets-27766404062  

Oct 27 ~ Santa Rosa Town Hall Be part of the solution!  Are you concerned about roads, traffic, affordable housing facilities, or other city matters? Do you have ideas and suggestions about how Santa Rosa should be investing our community’s limited resources? The Community Advisory Board, which advocates for your needs, wants to hear from you! FREE childcare and Spanish language translation will be provided at each Town Hall Meeting. Refreshments and food will be provided. 6:00P – 7:30P, Roseland Community Library, 779 Sebastopol Road Roseland/Santa Rosa