Forum features Democrats for state Senate and Barrington Council

Posted 8/10/22

Democratic candidates for the Barrington Town Council and Senate Districts 11 and 32, which have some voters in Barrington, Bristol, East Providence and Portsmouth, have been invited to debate on …

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Forum features Democrats for state Senate and Barrington Council

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Democratic candidates for the Barrington Town Council and Senate Districts 11 and 32, which have some voters in Barrington, Bristol, East Providence and Portsmouth, have been invited to debate on Tuesday, Aug. 16.

Candidates for the three races are:

  • Barrington Town Council: Anthony Arico, Kathleen Berard, and Braxton Medlin;
  • Senate District 11:  Linda Ujifusa and Matthew Chappell;
  • Senate District 32: Pamela Lauria and Susannah Holloway.

The forums will be broadcast live on Zoom and can be viewed any time between Aug. 17 and Primary Election Day, Sept. 13. A link to the video will be on the League of Women Voters of Rhode Island website, www.lwvri.org. This forum is sponsored by the League and East Bay Media Group.
The public is welcome to send or phone questions to Patricia Sylvester, trishsylvester@gmail.com, 401-297-0390. The Moderator will choose the questions to ask.

The forum will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Zoom link for the audience is:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88207155156

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