The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
HOT TOPICS DINNER
Meet Your 2018 Cabinet Office Candidates
With our exciting Primary Season behind us, we have sent Save-the-Dates to each candidate running for Florida's Attorney General, Chief Financial Officer, and Commissioner of Agriculture for our "Meet Your 2018 Cabinet Office Candidates" September Hot Topic Dinner. Cabinet Office candidates and/or their surrogates are encouraged to attend with any campaign literature and collateral they have available, and each candidate and/or representative will be given 3 - 5 minutes to introduce themselves and their vision for the Cabinet Office if elected.
Save-the-Dates for the September Hot Topic have been sent to the following qualified candidates:
Ashley Moody (R)
Sean Shaw (D)
Jeffrey Marc Siskind (NPA)
Chief Financial Officer:
Jimmy Patronis (R), Incumbent
Jeremy Ring (D)
Commissioner of Agriculture:
Matt Caldwell (R)
Nicole "Nikki" Fried (D)
Date: Wednesday, September 26
Time: 5:30 p.m.--7:00 p.m.
Location: Four Points by Sheraton / 316 West Tennessee Street
Menu: Grouper Italiana or Parmesan Polenta
Cost: Members - $22 Nonmembers - $25
FOR RESERVATIONS please call 309-3005 and leave a message or email LWVTallahassee@gmail.com.
Because the League must pay for reservations cancelled after Saturday, September 22, those who cancel late must reimburse the League for the cost of their reservations or find someone to take their places at the Hot Topic.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the candidates who want to lead our community and to ask the questions that matter to you. If you are unable to attend, however, you can learn more about the candidates and amendments, as well as how to vote, with our online voter guides BeReadyToVote.org and Vote411.org. Please vote your choice this fall!
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