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North Carolina 2020 U.S. Senate Race Town Hall

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North Carolina U.S. Senate candidates Cal Cunningham (D) and Shannon Bray (L) will take questions directly from constituents at a town hall on Monday, Oct. 5, at 3:30 p.m. EDT. The North Carolina 2020 U.S. Senate Race Town Hall is an opportunity for voters to engage directly with Senate candidates about the issues that matter most to them. Jeff Tiberii, Capitol Bureau Chief at WUNC and host of the WUNC Politics podcast, will moderate the discussion.

Members of the public can submit questions for the candidates to https://bit.ly/2ZXIrGC by Thursday, Oct. 1. This event will be streamed live to facebook.com/stonecenter/live and have Spanish and English captions. You do not need an account to view the livestream.

The town hall is hosted by the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History at UNC-Chapel Hill and the League of Women Voters of Orange, Durham and Chatham Counties, Inc., with co-sponsorship by the Center for Family and Community Engagement at NC State, the Graduate and Professional Student Federation at UNC-Chapel Hill, the Institute for the Arts and Humanities at UNC-Chapel Hill, the Institute of Politics at UNC-Chapel Hill, the League of Women Voters of North Carolina, NC State Student Government, and the Triangle Native American Society.

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Los candidatos de Carolina del Norte para el senado de los Estados Unidos de América Cal Cunningham (D) y Shannon Bray (L) están respondiendo preguntas de los constituyentes en una plaza pública el lunes, 5 de octubre, a las 3:30 pm EDT. La Plaza Pública de Carolina del Norte para Las Elecciones del Senado de Los Estados Unidos es una oportunidad para los votantes de interactuar directamente con los candidatos al senado acerca de los temas que les importan más. Jeff Tiberii, jefe de la oficina del capitolio y presentador del podcast WUNC Politics, moderará la discusión.

Miembros del público pueden enviar las preguntas para los candidatos al https://bit.ly/2ZXIrGC antes del jueves, 1 de octubre. Véalo en vivo en https://facebook.com/stonecenter/live. No necesita una cuenta para ver la transmisión en vivo. Este evento tendrá subtítulos en inglés y español.

La plaza pública es organizado por el Centro Sonja Haynes Stone de Cultura e Historia Negra en UNC-Chapel Hill y la Liga de Mujeres Votantes de los Condados de Orange, Durham y Chatham, Ca., con co-patrocinio por el Centro para La Familia y Comunidad de NC State, la Federación de Graduados y Profesionales de UNC-Chapel Hill, el Instituto de Artes y Humanidades de UNC-Chapel Hill, el Instituto de Política de UNC-Chapel Hill, la Liga de Mujeres Votantes de Carolina del Norte, Gobierno Estudiantil de NC State, y la Sociedad Nativo-Americana del Triangulo.

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