Tuesday, June 16, 2015

More Mayoral Candidate Forums and District Council Forums

Chamber West Metro Council Forum, June 17th at Hampton Inn in Green Hills

Good Morning, Chamber West will hold a Metro Council Forum for candidates from Districts 23, 24, 25 and 34 on Wednesday, June 17 from 8:00 a.m. till 9:30 a.m. at the Hampton Inn here in Green Hills (2324 Crestmoor). Ralph Schulz, President & CEO of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce will serve as moderator. If you plan on attending, please register by using this link: http://web.nashvillechamber.com/cwt/External/WCPages/WCEvents/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1342 

 Districts 25 and 34 comprise the majority of Green Hills; therefore, this is a good chance to come out and hear our candidates. Topics will be focused on the business environment for each district. Questions are likely to cover the Nashville Chamber’s top priorities of education, business advocacy, transit and economic development.

Agenda (times are approximate): 8:00-8:20—Registration and networking 8:20-8:25—Welcome (please be seated in the room by 8:20) 8:25-8:30—Explanation of the forum by moderator (Ralph Schulz), candidate introductions 8:40-9:15—Questions asked by moderator-1 minute responses by candidates (Moderator will ask a series of questions. Some questions will be for all candidates. Some will be asked only to candidates from a certain district.) 9:15-9:25—Questions asked from audience, if time allows. -1 minute responses by candidates (Attendees will be given cards to write questions. Questions will be gathered by Nashville Chamber staff and asked by moderator.) 9:25-9:30—Wrap up by moderator

The GHNA Board

 Mayoral Candidates Forum Thursday, June 25th at 7PM at Loveless Barn 

All 7 major candidates for mayor of Metro Nashville including: Charles Robert Bone, David Fox, Megan Barry, Bill Freeman, Howard Gentry, Linda Eskind Rebrovick and Jeremy Kane have all confirmed their participation in the Bellevue Community Mayoral Candidate Forum. Questions will be posed to candidates from a moderator selected by the chamber. Questions will focus on major challenges facing Metro Nashville and the Bellevue Community. The forum is FREE and open to the entire community. Seating is limited, so make sure to get there early. Doors will open at 6:30PM We want to hear from you on what type of questions you would like to hear the candidates answer. Go to the Bellevue Harpeth Chamber's website and submit your questions. www.bellevueharpthchamber.com.

 If you know of a candidate's forum, please send me the information and I will post it. Thanks, Rod Williams, Rodwilliams47@yahoo.com.

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