County candidate forum set Tuesday at Thorndale

By DARLEEN TU CKER
TACC Secretary

Thorndale Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) looks forward to seeing you at their “Meet the Candidate” Forum at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23 in the chamber building in downtown Thorndale. We hope the voters in Precinct 4 and around Milam County will join the TACC as we sponsor this event.

Both the Democrat ic and Republican candidates for each office in Milam County will be present to share their qualifications and future plans, if elected. According to Democratic Chairman Richard Stone and Republican Chairman Bill Whitmire, all candidates for office in Milam County will be in attendance at the forum. This is your opportunity to compare the candidates on issues of importance to you.

Each candidate will be given five minutes to share their vision for Milam County. Following the presentations, an opportunity will be given for you to have a one-on-one visit with the candidates and let your voice be heard. Join us for this important event as the general election draws near. Early voting will begin on Monday, Oct. 22, and end on Friday, Nov. 2. The general election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

TACC would also like to encourage parents to attend and bring your children and let them see democracy in action as the candidates explain the issues important to them and how it will affect the residents of Milam County. Join us as we provide a forum for our electorate to become informed voters. Remember, every vote counts.

Don’t forget the ribbon-cutting for Cowboy Reflections at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, and they will begin their grand opening on Friday, Nov. 9. You can check out their furniture on their website at www.cowboyreflections.com or on www.facebook.com/ cowboyreflections. You can also call their showroom at 512-898- 2595 or 512-661-9002.


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