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CFCC to host city council candidate forum

The Cape Fear Community College Political Science Club will host a forum for candidates for Wilmington's City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 24. (Source: Raycom Media) The Cape Fear Community College Political Science Club will host a forum for candidates for Wilmington's City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 24. (Source: Raycom Media)
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

The Cape Fear Community College Political Science Club will host a forum for candidates for Wilmington's City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the auditorium at the Union Station Building on the CFCC campus.

Questions, which have been submitted by the CFCC student body, will be selected prior to the debate by the CFCC Political Science Club.

Greg Arey, department chair for social sciences at CFCC, will moderate the event. Each candidate will have the opportunity to make an opening and a closing statement.

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