The Candidate Forum scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Monday night in the Community Center at Oconee Veterans Park on Hog Mountain Road will begin with all six candidates running for the three Commission posts at center stage.
Each candidate will be given two minutes to introduce herself or himself before taking questions directly from the audience.
The session will last 70 minutes and will be followed by a 25-minute session with the two candidates for the chairmanship of the Board of Education. The final 25 minutes of the evening will be devoted to the race for sheriff.
Before taking questions, candidates will introduce themselves.
The Tuesday evening session also starts at 7 p.m. and also will be held at the Community Center in Veterans Park. It will follow the same format as on Monday.
The first 30 minutes on Tuesday will be set aside for questions of the two candidates for tax commissioner.
The next half hour will be for candidates for the House District 117 race.
The final hour will focus on the legislative history of the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax issue on the ballot on July 31 and will feature the local legislative delegation past and present.
For additional information on the Forums, which are open to the public, please go to Oconee County Observations.