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Local Candidate Forum

To help get you ready for the local and state mid-term elections, The League Of Women Voters is holding a candidate forum Monday evening at the Wichita Falls City Council Chambers. It begins at 7pm.

Former Wichita Falls Mayor Lanham Lyne (R) along with Councilman Michael Smith (D), will be there to talk about their bid for the State Representative of District 69. 

Candidates for the Congressional Seat of District 13, including incumbent Mac Thornberry (R), along with Keith Dyer (I) and John Burwell (L) will also attend.

The forum is open to the public.

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