Clarence Valley Independent

Community State Candidate forum

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Ed,

Due to a lack of opportunity for the voting public of our community to hear from and ask questions of the candidates in the upcoming state election, Clarence Valley Community Unions has committed to host a Meet the Candidates Forum on March 14 at South Grafton Ex Servicemen’s Club Wharf Street, South Grafton. 

This free event will provide greater access to all members of the public who wish to engage in a forum where they can listen to and ask questions of our local candidates around particular areas of concern.

Community members are asked to gather from 6pm for a 6:30 start.

Clarence Valley Community Unions is a community organisation that represents a diverse range of people across the Grafton and surrounding areas. 

In the past we have held events such as forums and politics in the pub to provide community access to speakers who have the knowledge and experience in focused issues of interest.

Sharryn Usher
Coordinator 
Clarence Valley Community Unions

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