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Cecil Whig - - OPINION -

FROM: CARL D. ROBERTS PER­RYVILLE

On March 29, al­most 300 cit­i­zens at­tended the Ce­cil County Cham­ber of Com­merce Pri­mary Elec­tion Can­di­dates’ Fo­rum held at Ce­cil Col­lege. (If you missed it and would like to view the fo­rum, go to http://ce­cil.tv) Reg­is­tered can­di­dates for Ce­cil Coun­cil Dis­trict 1, Coun­cil Dis­trict 5, Ce­cil County Ex­ec­u­tive and the Board of Ed­u­ca­tion Dis­trict 2 par­tic­i­pated, an­swer­ing ques­tions from a panel of cham­ber rep­re­sen­ta­tives re­gard­ing is­sues of im­por­tance and pri­or­ity for cham­ber mem­bers and the cit­i­zens of Ce­cil County. This fo­rum was the premier can­di­dates’ gath­er­ing where any­one can meet and lis­ten to those who want to lead Ce­cil County fur­ther into the 21st Cen­tury.

The cham­ber does not en­dorse can­di­dates or grade can­di­dates on their stated pri­or­i­ties or the qual­ity of the plans pre­sented. This or­ga­ni­za­tion rep­re­sent­ing nearly four hun­dred busi­nesses lo­cated and/or serv­ing Ce­cil County be­lieves that it has the re­spon­si­bil­ity to pro­vide mem­bers as much in­for­ma­tion as pos­si­ble about the can­di­dates run­ning, but that it is ab­so­lutely up to each voter to make his or her choice.

There are over 50,000 reg­is­tered vot­ers in Ce­cil County. Early vot­ing starts

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