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Lubbock Christian University College Republicans to Host Non-Partisan Candidate Forum

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

An area collegiate political organization will host a non-partisan candidate forum next week.

The Lubbock Christian University College Republicans will host their Non-Partisan Candidate Forum on Tuesday, March 20th.

Candidates that plan to attend include:

Tom Martin – Incumbent Lubbock mayor

Glen Robertson – Mayoral candidate

Paul Beane – Incumbent District 4 Lubbock City councilman

Jim Gerlt – District 4 Lubbock City Council candidate

Dwight Fullingim – District 4 Lubbock City Council candidate

Randy Sanders – District 6 Lubbock City Council candidate

LaTrelle Joy – District 6 Lubbock City Council candidate

Charles Perry – Incumbent State Representative, District 83

Bill McCay – Incumbent Lubbock County Commissioner, Precinct 1

Frank Morrison – Lubbock County Commissioner, Precinct 1 candidate

Ysidro Gutierrez – Lubbock County Commissioner, Precinct 3 candidate

Chris Winn – U.S. Representative, District 19 candidate

Chip Peterson – U.S. Representative, District 19 candidate

Mark Hocker – Incumbent Lubbock County Court-at-Law No. 1

Scott Morris – Lubbock County Court-at-Law No. 1 candidate.

The event will be held at the Baker Conference Center on the Lubbock Christian University Campus from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Admission is free, but attendees are asked to bring at least one can of food to donate to the South Plains Food Bank.

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