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Discussion With Bainbridge Council Central, North Ward Candidates

July 30th, 2009 by adice

We’ve been recording video of our editorial board discussions with primary candidates, but today we ran into some technical difficulties (seriously, we didn’t just forget to plug it in). So, this time in our editorial board’s interviews with Bainbridge Island North and Central ward candidates, we recorded the audio of the discussion for those of you interested in listening in.

I’m sorry if you were really, really looking forward to the video. But now you can download it to your iPod. Since the discussions run about 50 minutes or more, the files are pretty large. Please be patient while the file loads into the player and feel free to let me know if you have any problems.

Below is audio for Bainbridge Island Council Dist. 5 candidates Virginia Paul, Debbi Lester and Dee DuMont. Click play.

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Below is audio of the interview with Bainbridge Island Council Dist. 7 candidates Debbie Vancil (incumbent), Bob Scales and Melanie Keenan.

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— Angela Dice

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One Response to “Discussion With Bainbridge Council Central, North Ward Candidates”

  1. Bainbridge Conversation » Blog Archive » Nine candidates, three races Says:

    [...] For audio of the candidates’ interview by the Sun editorial board, click here. [...]

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