(Story has been updated to reflect a change in dates.)

FLINT, MI — Flint Beat in partnership with NBC25/FOX66 will host a mayoral forum at the Flint Public Library located at 1026 E. Kearsley Street on October 19 and 24, 2017 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

The forum, “Flint Mayoral Forum” is hosted by the two news outlets with NBC25/FOX66 reporter Drew Moore serving as moderator for the event.

Community members are being asked to submit questions for Moore to ask candidates during the forum by clicking here.

Seating for the event will begin at 4:30 p.m. with the forum commencing promptly at 5 p.m.

For more information contact Jiquanda Johnson of Flint Beat at (810) 447-0676 or email her at editor@flintbeat.com.

Flint Mayoral Candidates

  • David Davenport
  • Chris Del Morone
  • Woody Etherly
  • Anderson L. Fernanders
  • Ray Hall
  • Ronald D. Higgerson
  • Brent Allan Jaworski
  • Ellery Johnson
  • Scott Kincaid
  • Sean MacIntyre
  • David W. Meier
  • Anthony Palladeno Jr.
  • Don Pfeiffer
  • Jeffrey L. Shelley
  • Al Wamsley
  • Angela Ward
  • Karen Weaver
  • Arthur Woodson

2 replies on “Flint mayoral candidates set to face-off during forum at Flint Public Library”

  1. #FLINT- Our Citizen Contract or City Charter has a unique and necessary section on ethics that is intended to drain the unethical swamp poisioning our current administration in Flint.

    Scott Kincaid is the One candidate for Mayor , election 11/7/17 that has pledged to honor this contract .

    Section 1-602 of the New Flint City Charter. Effective 1/1/17

    “The purpose of this section is to provide a method of protecting the public interest in the electoral and governmental affairs of this city.

    This section recognizes that the proper operation of the City of Flint’s government requires that all city public servants, as defined in this charter,

    be independent,

    impartial and responsible to the people;

    that decisions and policy be made in the proper channels of governmental structures;

    that public office or employment not be used for personal gain;

    that the integrity and operations of the city government be subject to scrutiny by the public;

    and that acts or actions not compatible with the best interest of the City of Flint be defined and prohibited.” (Flint City Charter sec 1.602)

    These are just words until the voices of City elected leadership and your community pressure makes this happened.

    One Voice is that of Scott Kincaid who has pledged to put the new Flint Charter and this section into full effect immediately upon taking off after the 11/7/17 election.

    I am voting for Scott Kincaid. @TerryBankert

  2. Here are a few questions: 1. Would you drink the water coming from homes where the pipes have been replaced and there are no filters? Why or why not. 2. What is the biggest challenge facing the citizens of Flint in the next 4 years? AND How do you intent to address that challenge? 3. Do you believe in full and immediate transparency of policies and finances 9in all aspects of the government. If so, how can you suggest improving the show to non existent release of information under the freedom of information act?

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