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Decatur City Commission At-large debate happening Sept. 23

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Decatur City Commission At-large debate happening Sept. 23

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Decaturish.com and Decatur FM, a local online radio station, will host debates for the three City Commission races on the Nov. 5 ballot.

The District 1 debate was held on Sept. 16, featuring Erin Braden and George Dusenbury. To see video of that debate, click here.

The Sept. 23 debate is for the At-large seat and will feature Commissioner Tony Powers (Incumbent) and Christopher Gagnon.

The live stream will begin at 8 p.m. on Sept. 23. Be sure to tune in on Decaturish.com or on the Decatur FM Facebook page (@Decatur FM).

MEET COMMISSIONER AT LARGE CANDIDATES MONDAY 8 PM

Decatur FM & Decaturish presents election coverage: The City Of Decatur Commissioner Race. Join Dan Whisenhunt & Mike Johnson this Monday night at 8 PM for round 2 of our LIVE on-air forum. This Monday LIVE in studio, the City Commission At Large candidates: Mayor Pro-Tem Tony Powers & Chistopher Gagnon.We invite the entire City of Decatur to tune in and meet the candidates running in this year's local election, November 5th.We also encourage you to send us any questions you may have during our coverage while we are broadcasting. You can do so by sending us an email at info@decaturfm.com.Tune in this Monday at 8pm on our Decatur FM app for your mobile phone or you can watch us LIVE in studio at www.decaturfm.com #decaturfm #decaturish

Posted by Decatur FM on Saturday, September 21, 2019

 

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