Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Last Night's "Debate"

Posted By on Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 9:47 AM

Last nights debate featured all nine candidates running for office this year, according to News 4s Lupita Murillo, the moderator.
  • JOHN DE DIOS
  • Last nights debate featured all nine candidates running for office this year, according to News 4's Lupita Murillo, the moderator.

Last night's debate for mayoral and city council seats featured all nine candidates running for office this year. Lupita Murillo, a News 4 reporter, served as a moderator and kept audience questions flowing throughout the evening.

Audience members submit questions for the candidates via write in.
  • JOHN DE DIOS
  • Audience members submit questions for the candidates via write in.

Paul Cunningham carries a chair to the table after almost coming in late to the debate.
  • JOHN DE DIOS
  • Paul Cunningham carries a chair to the table after almost coming in late to the debate.

Fred Boice, former Arizona Board of Regents president, is among the audience during the debate.
  • JOHN DE DIOS
  • Fred Boice, former Arizona Board of Regents president, is among the audience during the debate.

League of Women Voters Sue DeArmand and Dr. Joyce Ceen Boyl, from the Pima County Womens Commission, sort through the submitted questions throughout the evening.
  • JOHN DE DIOS
  • League of Women Voters' Sue DeArmand and Dr. Joyce Ceen Boyl, from the Pima County Women's Commission, sort through the submitted questions throughout the evening.

Paula Wilk, from the League of Womens Voters, is among the volunteers who handed out index cards.
  • JOHN DE DIOS
  • Paula Wilk, from the League of Women's Voters, is among the volunteers who handed out index cards.

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