Radio station WEHC-FM 90.7 will air public discussions with candidates for Washington County, Va. offices Sunday, Nov. 1, two days prior to election day.
The program is a re-broadcast of Meet the Candidate sessions held in October and hosted by the Washington County League of Women Voters.
The broadcast begins at 4 p.m. with a discussion involving incumbent Fred Newman and challenger Blake Andis in the race for sheriff. At 4:28, listeners will be given the chance to compare Josh Cumbow and incumbent Nicole Price in the race for commonwealth attorney. Patricia Moore, the uncontested candidate for clerk of court, also participates in the discussion.
At 5:03 p.m., the forum takes up the race for commissioner of revenue between incumbent David Henry and challenger Bill Gibson. The race for county treasurer will spotlight incumbent Fred Parker and his challenger Greg Mullins at 5:26 p.m.
Later that evening, at 7 p.m., candidates for the County Board of Supervisors representing the Madison District will be highlighted. The three candidates involved in the discussion are Allison Mays, Charlie Hargis and Mickey Tyler. Doug Arnold, an uncontested candidate for the School Board, also is featured in the forum.
At 8:17 p.m. Phillip McCall and Debra McCown, candidates in the Harrison District, will be heard taking questions. Also during this portion of the program, listeners will hear from School Board candidate Elizabeth Lowe.
The last portion of the broadcast will involve candidates for the Board from the Monroe District, Wayne Stevens and Eddie Copenhaver. The discussion begins at 9:35 p.m.
The interviews can also be downloaded on-demand at the WEHC-FM 90.7 archive page.