From 7 until 8:30pm at the TransCanada Theatre in Olds on Wednesday, October 9th potential voters will be able to hear from the 5 candidates running in the Red Deer-Mountain View riding.
There is a political candidates forum coming up in Olds on Wednesday, October 9th.
It is being hosted by the Olds & District Chamber of Commerce as well as the Didsbury & District Chamber of Commerce.
The candidates running in the Red Deer-Mountain View constituency are incumbent Earl Dreeshen for the Conservative Party of Canada, Gary Tremblay for the Liberals, Conner Borlé for the Green Party, Paul Mitchell for the People’s Party and Logan Garbanewski for the NDP.
Chair Murray Elliot says there will be an opportunity to ask candidates questions.
Olds College President Stuart Cullum is the moderator for the evening.
The political candidates forum is from 7-8:30 at the Trans Canada Theatre in Olds. Doors open at 6:30.
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