[StBernard] St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce will host two Political Forums in the Council Chambers
westley at da-parish.com
Tue Oct 4 08:25:21 EDT 2011
September 20, 2011
St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce will host two more Political Forums in the
The St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce will host two more political forums at
the St. Bernard Council Chambers with coverage of all local races that
impact St. Bernard Parish. The remaining forums will be on Wed., Oct. 5 and
Wed., Oct. 12 will be from 6 to 9 p.m. in the chambers at 8201 W. Judge
Perez Drive in Chalmette.
. On Wed., Oct. 5, the forum will include candidates from the
following races: St. Bernard Parish President, Sheriff, Assessor, and Clerk
. On Wed., Oct.12, the forum will include the candidates for all of
the St. Bernard Parish Council seats.
The public is invited, but please note that this forum will not include an
endorsement. The forum is designed to be informational and to provide the
community and residents the opportunity to learn about the candidates and
elections which impact St. Bernard. For more information, visit the
Chamber's website at www.stbernardchamber.org
<http://www.stbernardchamber.org/> . Maps will be available of the State,
House and local Districts and Wards.
The public is invited to listen to the candidates only. The public will not
be allowed to wear, distribute or display any colors, logos, signs,
literature, showing support for any candidate. Additionally, the public will
be respectful of all candidates and will refrain from any form of
interruption. Questions will not be taken from the floor. Failure by either
the public or the candidates to follow the rules will result in removal from
the forum. The Chamber already held a forum Sept. 29 that included
candidates in the following races: state Senate and House of Representatives
seats, Justice of the Peace and the Councilman-At-Large East and West
For further information contact St. Bernard Chamber CEO Stephen Reuther at
504-250-6121 or director at stbernardchamber.org.
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