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CANDIDATE FORUMS CONTINUE THURSDAY; REGISTER NOW TO ATTEND ONLINE

The newspaper and chamber have been partnering to host candidate forums for at least 11 years as part of a commitment to help eligible voters in Duluth make informed choices.

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The second of four candidate forums featuring Duluth City Council and Duluth School Board races is scheduled for Thursday at 10 a.m.. Voters are encouraged to log in and watch.

A first forum co-hosted by the News Tribune and Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce was Tuesday with candidates for two open At Large seats on the Duluth School Board.

Thursday’s forum is with School Board District 1 candidates Dana Krivogorsky and Rosie Loeffler-Kemp, the incumbent. To register in advance to attend, go here . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

A third DNT/Chamber-sponsored forum is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday with candidates for two open At Large seats on the Duluth City Council. Those candidates are Azrin Awal, Joe Macor, and Terese Tomanek, the incumbent. The link to register to attend is here .

The final candidate forum is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday with City Council candidates from District 2 (Mike Mayou and Dave Zbaracki) and District 4 (incumbent Renee Van Nett; challenger Howie Hanson has declined to participate). Register in advance here to attend.

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All the forums will be posted afterward for viewing any time, on-demand. Live online audiences are limited to 100.

The newspaper and chamber have been partnering to host candidate forums for at least 11 years as part of a commitment to help eligible voters in Duluth make informed choices. The forums also inform the News Tribune’s endorsement decisions.

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