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Hawaii 24/7 to live stream Waimea governor forum (July 23)

Hawaii 24/7 Staff

Hawaii 24/7 will live stream the candidate forum Wednesday evening from Waimea.

It is the island’s last governor candidate forum before walk in voting starts Monday, July 28.

Forum starts 5:15 p.m Wednesday, July 23 at Waimea School Cafeteria. It will conclude at 7 p.m.

Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Sen. David Ige will face off in a forum moderated by Sherry Bracken of Hawaii Public Radio and LAVA 105.3 fm.

Hawaii 24/7 readers may watch the forum directly on the website at hawaii247.com/live/ (Look for the LIVE link in the menu near the top of the webpage).

The feed will include periodic advertisements from host Ustream and which may interrupt the forum. To watch the forum without commercial interruption, viewers need a Ustream Premium Membership, which costs $3.99/month.

Find out more at: www.ustream.tv/premium-members…

Abercrombie and Ige are among the leading candidates in the Primary race for governor and are appearing side by side for the first time on Hawaii Island.

Questions for the forum will primarily address issues impacting Hawaii Island and will come from the co-sponsoring groups.

The candidate forum is sponsored by the Waimea Community Association. Other co-hosts include Waimea’s Lalamilo Farmers, Friends of the Future, Tutu’s House, Malaai: The Culinary Garden of Waimea Middle School, North Hawaii Rotary, Parker School, Waimea Town Market, Waimea Preservation Association, Coqui Free Waimea, Habitat for Humanity – West Hawaii and Waimea Middle School.

Both candidates have been invited to bring candidate literature to share with the public. However, no candidate signs or banners are permitted as the forum is a voter education event, not a rally.

As always at WCA Town Meetings, complimentary hot coffee will be provided by Starbucks and snacks will be provided by sponsoring groups. Also as usual, attendees are urged to support the Waimea Food Pantry with donations. Cash, checks or non-perishable foods are welcome and receipts will be available.

— Find out more:
www.WaimeaTown.org

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