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Burlingame Will Be Part of TV Forum

Abby Burlingame, Republican candidate for Central Kitsap County Commissioner, announced Friday that she will join the forum scheduled to tape Monday, Aug. 2, at the BKAT studio.
Burlingame had indicated earlier she would not attend but said in an e-mail on Friday that she was canceling a Monday fundraiser in order to attend.
“I am the only woman running and I think that is a needed perspective during this televised forum,” Burlingame wrote in an e-mail to forum organizer Ann Smith. “I hope this is not a problem and I will see you Monday evening.”
Burlingame is one of three candidates challenging incumbent Commissioner Josh Brown, a Democrat, for the position.
The other two are David Corley, a Republican, and Wally Carlson, a Conservative Democrat.
If you have questions for any of the candidates, please post them as comments on this blog by Sunday night (Aug. 1).
The forum will not be open to the public because of space limitations but will be televised later. Air dates are as follows:

Aug. 5: 8 p.m.
Aug. 7: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Aug. 9: Noon
Aug. 12: 10 a.m.
Aug. 14: 7 p.m.
Aug. 16: 11 a.m.

Give Us Your Questions for Commissioner Candidates

The League will hold another candidate forum, for Central Kitsap Commissioner candidates, on Aug. 2.
It will be held in the BKAT studio and will not be open to the public because of space limitations but will air later on television.
We would like your help in developing questions for incumbent Commissioner Josh Brown, a Democrat, and challenger David Corley, a Republican, and Wally Carlson, who lists himself as preferring the “Conservative Dem Party” in the Primary Local Voters’ Pamphlet published by Kitsap County. They are the candidates who have indicated they will participate.

Abby Burlingame, a Republican, is also a candidate for the CK commissioner position in the Aug. 17 primary.

Please post your questions as comments on this blog or e-mail them to Ann Smith, forum organizer, at smith9797@wavecable.com. Please put Forum Questions in the subject line.
We’ll hold more forums in advance of the November general election.
We appreciate your help.