Published On: Wed, Jun 6th, 2018

The Boca Raton Tribune Announces 2018 Candidate Forum

The Boca Raton Tribune is proud to announce that the Boca Raton Tribune Candidate Forum will take place on August 17 and 24 at the Boca Raton Community Center this year as the city gets ready for the special election on August 28. All candidates running for the City Council Seat A, and Mayoral Seat, will all have an equal opportunity to give Boca Raton residents their best reason as to why they should win their vote for the special election. Like years past, the forum will be broken up into two days.

The Seat A candidate forum is scheduled for August 17, and the Mayoral forum is set for August 24. Both forums will take place at the Boca Raton Community Center, located at 150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432. “We are excited to continue our tradition of having the Boca Raton Tribune Candidate Forum the last two weeks before election day,” said publisher Douglas Heizer. “We were unable to have our Candidate Forum back in March so we are excited to be able to have another chance to get our Forum for the residents of the city in this very important time.”

The event is free and open to the public, however, due to seat limitations, you must register online to receive your complimentary ticket.

To get your tickets for the Seat A Forum on August 17, click here.

To get your tickets for the Mayoral Forum on August 24, click here.

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.

With a partnership with Boca Chamber Radio, the Boca Raton Tribune Candidate Forum will be broadcasted live via the Boca Chamber Radio as they will have all the election coverage throughout the campaign season.  “The Boca Raton Tribune Candidate Forum has been one of the marquee events for the Political season in Boca Raton and we are proud to have partnered with The Boca Raton Tribune in making this event even better,” added Boca Chamber Radio’s Dean Miuccio. “Boca Chamber Radio and The Boca Raton Tribune will be your number one source of all your political news this elections cycle.”

Furthermore, as a new part of the process that will further assist residents to make an educated decision in the polls, The Boca Raton Tribune will pre-record interviews with all candidates and have it broadcasted live on Boca Chamber Radio’s Good Day Boca radio show. As always, a special election edition of The Boca Raton Tribune will be published the last week of the election period with our Questionnaire that all candidates will fill out, as well as profiles on all the candidates in the race. “We want to give our readers the most information we can so they can make an informed decision,” Publisher Douglas Heizer said.

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