Election 2014: Quiz the candidates in Cloverdale

Organizers of Tuesday evening's election forum in Cloverdale are asking the public to submit questions in advance.

There’s a Surrey all candidates forum in Cloverdale Tuesday evening, and organizers are inviting the public to send in questions.

Suggestions include: What services are lacking in the community? Are you concerned about crime and safety? And, if you’re a business owner, what is important to you and your customers.

Questions can be as specific or as general as you want.

There will also be an opportunity to write down questions in person at the event.

The all candidates meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Shannon Hall, 6050A 176 Street. It’s presented by the Cloverdale Community Association, the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, and the Cloverdale BIA.

Email candidate questions to clovcham@axion.net.

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