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For the first time in the history of Laughlin REGISTERED VOTERS will be ELECTING their own Town Advisory Board. There are 8 candidates vying for the 5 seats on the board. Come meet the candidates and hear their individual visions for Laughlin at the LEDC sponsored Candidates Forum on Thursday, October 13 at 4:00 p.m. in the Glady Laughlin Christian Education Center at Laughlin Community Church.
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Laughlin voters invited to hear LTAB candidates at LEDC Forum on Oct. 13
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LAUGHLIN – Local voters are invited to a Laughlin Leadership Forum to hear the candidates seeking the five seats on the Laughlin Town Advisory Board. The Forum will be held from 4 P.M. to 6 P.M. on Thursday, Oct 13. Admission will be free.
Sponsored by the Laughlin Economic Development Corporation, it will be held in the Glady Laughlin Fellowship Hall at Laughlin Community Church, 2910 Needles Highway, between the U.S. Post Office and the Laughlin Town Center at the El Mirage Way traffic signals.
The candidates, as listed on the ballot, are Stephanie Sue Bethards, David P. Brunelle, Bruce Henry, Martin Knauss, Gina M. Mackey, James “Jim” Maniaci, Noreen Forristal McBride, and Kathy Ochs. The 5 with the most votes will begin 2-year terms in early January.
LEDC Leadership Forum Chair Robert P. Bilbray will moderate the program and be joined by County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak and long-time TV 2 local news reporter Sam Medrano as panelists.
Each of the candidates will introduce themselves and share their vision for the future and direction of Laughlin. The panelists each will have probing questions for the candidates.
The Forum will include an opportunity for the voting public to ask each candidate a question not previously covered.
After the candidates give their summaries, Laughlin voters will then be able to meet with them informally.
The forum precedes early voting in all of Clark County from Saturday, Oct. 22, through Friday, Nov. 4, with the Elections Department at the Laughlin Branch of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library on Las Palmas Lane at Needles Highway on Oct. 22. General Election Day will be Tuesday, Nov. 8, with voters in Laughlin’s 3 precincts also casting their ballots at the branch library.