The Amador Partnership presents Forum '14 at the
16 at Jackson
Forum '14 is a public service event providing non-partisan political education. This diverse group of stakeholders will ask the candidates running for
in Districts 3 and 5 various questions relevant to the voters of County Supervisor . Candidates for Amador
County will be introduced as well.
All candidates will be available after the forum to answer questions from the public. County
The event will be broadcast live on radio station KVGC. The station's executive director Jim Guidi will host the event while sports announcer/local teacher Giles Turner will serve as moderator. There will also be a voter registration drive. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served.
Invited candidates include District 3 incumbent Theodore Novelli and challengers Lynn Morgan and Michael Spence; District 5 incumbent Brian Oneto and challenger Daniel D'Agostini; and
opponents Kim Burke and
Tacy Oneto Rouen (incumbent Joe Lowe is not seeking re-election). County
The Amador Partnership currently consists of the Arc of Amador, American Association of University Women, the Carpenters' Union, the Foothill Conservancy, KVGC 1340 FM, Operating Engineers Local 3, Progressive Women’s Committee, Sawmill Workers/Local 2927/UBC, and SEIU 1021 Amador Chapter.
For more information, contact the SEIU office at (209) 223-5782 or email the COPE committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.