>The League of Women Voters of Darke County will once again sponsor a Candidates’ Forum for the November General Election on Monday, October 25 from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM at the American Legion, Ohio Street in Greenville.

This non-partisan forum will focus on the contested candidates for Darke County Commissioner and also State Senator, 5th District . Other County, State or Federal level contested or non-contested candidates will briefly introduce themselves.

Candidates listed below will give two minute introductory speeches. Following that, they will answer questions. The public is encouraged to attend and submit written questions. Questions are then screened by a panel of League members, equally represented from the Democratic and Republican parties. The following candidates are listed in the order that they will appear on the program.

• State Senate, 5th District (Vote for one): William D. Beagle ( R) or Fred Strahorn (D, incumbent).
• Darke County Commissioner: (Vote for one): David Niley (D) or Keith Smith (I) or Mike Stegall (R).

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization with the major purpose being to inform voters about the candidates and issues. For further information about the League, call Karen Brooks, League Co-President, 467-7845


Appearing at the League of Women Voters’ Candidates’ Night at the American Legion, Monday, October 25 will be the opposed candidates for Darke County Commissioner. Back row, left to right Commissioner Candidates: David Niley, Keith Smith, Mike Stegall. Front row, left to right: Karen Brooks, League Co-President, Diane Johnson, the League moderator for the evening, Irene Winterrowd, League Voter Service Chairperson and Marie Boas also of the Voter Service Comm.
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