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Posted on: January 13, 2021

Park Forest Non-Partisan Committee announces candidate forum dates

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The Park Forest Non-Partisan Committee (NPC) has announced dates for upcoming candidate forums for those running for elected offices in Park Forest in the April election. The NPC serves Park Forest by hosting public forums to provide an opportunity for candidates to meet the public, and elicits candidate statements to make it more convenient for any qualified Park Forest resident to run for public office. Due to the pandemic, the NPC will host candidate forums this year via Zoom. To view the forums live, residents should visit the NPC’s website for link information. Those forums will also be made available for viewing on the village’s website and on the local cable access channel (Channel 4 for Comcast subscribers and Channel 99 for AT&T subscribers) following each forum. Candidate statements, which describe the candidates running for office in April, can also be found on the NPC’s website located at 

www.pfnpc.org. Residents with questions for candidates should submit those questions prior to the forums by emailing parkforestnonpartisancommittee@gmail.com

Forum schedule (all forums are on Sundays at 1 p.m. on Zoom)

January 31 – NPC sponsored forum for Village Trustee Candidates, moderated by Retired Judge Ray Funderburk

February 7 – Library forum for Library Trustee Candidates only, moderated by League of Women Voters member, Barbara Sturges

February 21 – League of Women Voters sponsored forum for Village Trustee Candidates, moderated by League of Women Voters member, Deborah Orr

March 21 – Co-Op sponsored forum for Village Trustee Candidates, moderated by NPC Board member, Chip Young


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