Candidates running for elective office in November will face off, argue their position, and answer questions from the voters on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn from 7 to 9 p.m.

The following 10 candidates are scheduled to sit on the panel:

Derek Kilmer (incumbent) and Marty McClendon are competing for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Jan Angel (incumbent) and Judy Arbogast, for State Senate.

Jesse Young (incumbent) and Nathan Schlicher, for State Representative.

Larry Seaquist (incumbent) and Michelle Caldier, for State Representative.

Stan Flemming (incumbent) and Derek Young, for Pierce County Council.

Chuck West will moderate the event, which will start with the candidates briefly presenting their position, followed by questions selected from written submittals from the audience, followed by verbal questions from the audience.

Candidates and audience members can remain after for one-on-one discussion.

The candidate forum is jointly presented by the Key Peninsula Community Council, the Key Peninsula Civic Center, The Key Peninsula Business Association, and the Key Peninsula News.

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