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Thursday, Oct. 1
6-8 p.m. The San Clemente Chamber of Commerce’s Business for a Better San Clemente Political Action Committee, and local nonprofit organization First Amendment Voice, will host two virtual candidate forums, which are free and open to the public via the Zoom platform. The first forum will feature candidates running in the Special Election race for city council. Community members who would like to get to know the candidates are invited to register and participate. During the forums, candidates will be asked questions from both the hosting organizations and from the public, live. Registration is required at scchamber.com. Once registered, attendees will receive a Zoom registration link prior to the event. For questions, please email email@example.com.
Pictured is then-candidate Gene James answering a question during the Chamber of Commerce’s candidate forum held in 2019 for the Special Election race, which James won. Photo: Shawn Raymundo