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Media Advisory
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 11, 2016

Connie Hamilton 
Connect-to-Council
714-745-1692 (phone/text)
connect-to-council@earthlink.net
Peter Katz
Com-Link
714-429-6236 (phone/text)
petekatz9@gmail.com

COLLABORATION BETWEEN LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS TO HOST “AN EVENING WITH THE CANDIDATES”, A FORUM AND DEBATE FOR THE SANTA ANA VOTERS

Santa Ana, CA- Connect-to-Council, Com-Link, NeighborWorks Orange County, Delhi Center and Latino Health Access will collaborate in hosting a candidates’ forum and debate for the Santa Ana voters. This will take place at the Delhi Center on September 21, 2016. The candidates have been invited to participate in a council candidate forum moderated by Com-Link and then a mayoral candidate debate will immediately follow, moderated by Connect-to-Council.

Wednesday September 21, 2016

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Delhi Center, 505 E Central Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92707

“It has been our goal to help Santa Ana residents in each election understand where the candidates stand on the key issues facing our city” explains Connie Hamilton, Connectto-Council’s Chairperson. Peter Katz, President of Com-Link, adds, “We invite and encourage the residents to get involved in their city’s vision and its future”.

Potential candidate questions from the public can be sent to:
connect-to-council@earthlink.net or marinar@nwoc.org (en Español).

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