UPCOMING DOWNTOWN EVENTS

Statewide Ballot Issues -  Virtual Public Forum

Zoom: contact bboyson@bozeman.net for the link

Upcoming Dates & Times


Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm

In advance of the November 2020 elections, the Bozeman Candidate Forum Series (Bozeman Business and Professional Women, the League of Women Voters of the Bozeman Area, American Association of University Women-Bozeman, the Belgrade Community Library, and the Bozeman Public Library) will present an educational, non-partisan online public forum series, with an opportunity for the public to ask questions of the candidates running for office and of the professionals representing the pros and cons of the issues that will appear on the November ballot.

The forum series will occur on four evenings, accessible via the zoom link, from 6:30pm-8:30pm. The schedule is as follows:

Tues. Oct. 13th, 2020
6:30p-8:30p
Ballot Issues

We welcome all to sign in and view this educational forum, to make your voice and questions heard, and to utilize this public event as a way to learn more about issues and candidates in order to make well-informed voting decisions. Your vote counts!

TO SUBMIT A QUESTION FOR THE CANDIDATES:

Questions from the public will be received only via email in advance, or live via the "Q&A" feature of the zoom webinar.

To submit via email:
Please email your drafted question in advance of the forum to: bboyson@bozeman.net.

To submit via "Q&A":
Once signed in to the zoom webinar, the bottom of your screen will have a toolbar. The "Q&A" feature is on the toolbar; select that button and type in your question, and hit "enter" to submit. The forum moderator will incorporate your question in with the other questions that were submitted by email in advance. (FYI the "chat" feature will be disabled. You must use the "Q&A feature to submit your question).

*Questions must be questions, not statements.

*You may direct your question toward a particular candidate or ballot issue speaker, or to the whole group. For each question regardless of who the question was initially directed toward, each panelist will have an opportunity to speak to the question if they would like to.