Virtual Lovettsville Town Council Candidate Forum Planned Wednesday

Lovettsville’s six Town Council candidates are slated to participate in a virtual candidate forum at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 29.

Hosted by Loudoun Now, the forum will see a moderator pose the candidates a series of questions, followed by a period during which viewers watching on Facebook Live will have the chance to contribute their own questions.

The candidates running for three seats on the Lovettsville Town Council are incumbent councilmen Mike Dunlap and Buchanan Smith, along with newcomers Sheryl Frye, Joy Pritz, David Earl and Kenneth Tannenbaum. The election will be held May 19, unless the Virginia Supreme Court moves it out another 16 days to June 4.

Tune in to the virtual forum by going to Loudoun Now‘s Facebook page.

2 thoughts on “Virtual Lovettsville Town Council Candidate Forum Planned Wednesday

  • 2020-04-30 at 8:49 am
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    Hats off to Loudoun Now although this was a tele town hall it was a excellent way to show candidate differences. It was small enough that the pace was good and was easy to follow. The school board forum because of the large number of candidates mired in it’s own muck. I did notice 2 commenters from Facebook one who never had a profile until last evening and is not a registered voter and another “immigrant” advocating for illegal alien rights, yikes!

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