Published On: Fri, Feb 16th, 2018

Boca Raton Tribune Announces 2018 Candidate Forum

The three candidates seeking the City Council Seat D, held by Robert Weinroth, and the two seeking the City Council Seat C, held by Deputy Mayor Jeremy Rodger, will have one final chance on March 8 to impress voters during The Boca Raton Tribune’s Candidates’ Forum.

The Boca Raton Tribune will host the forum for residents to meet and learn more about Monica Mayotte, Armand Grossman, Paul G. Preste, Kim Do, and Jeremy Rodgers.

The forum will start at 6pm, and will take place at the Wayne Barton Study Center, 269 NE 14th Street, Boca Raton.

“We are thrilled to have a Candidate Forum here at the Study Center,” said Wayne Barton, CEO of the Center. “This is a huge benefit to the city and we are honored to host such an important event.”

The event is free and open to the public, however, due to seat limitations, you must register online by clicking here to receive your complimentary ticket to the final forum of the 2018 City Council Elections.

Readers and residents are encouraged to submit their questions, as the forum will be based mostly on reader-generated questions.  Questions should be sent to or post to the newspaper’s Facebook page; reference the upcoming Candidates Forum along with your query. Questions will be reviewed by the Boca Raton Tribune’s editorial staff, and Editor C. Ron Allen, who will be the Forum’s moderator.

The Boca Raton Tribune is sponsoring the forum to supplement our newspaper coverage of the campaign.

The Boca Raton Tribune is also conducting their interviews of all the candidates throughout the next few weeks, and have already had all but two candidates, Jeremy Rodgers, and Armand Grossman confirmed for both the interviews and the Candidates Forum on March 8.

An Election Special edition of The Boca Raton Tribune will be published the last week of the election period with a Boca Raton Tribune Questionnaire that all candidates will fill out and will be able to answer questions to give the readers of Boca Raton more insight on themselves and their platforms.

“We want to give our readers the most information we can so they can make an informed decision,” Publisher Douglas Heizer said.

Stay on the lookout for the first couple of features being released next week of the candidates who have already spoken to The Boca Raton Tribune.

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  1. Neighboor says:

    Can you post this on NextDoor? Boca Raton Tribune Announces 2018 Candidate Forum

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