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2020 GNHCC – Election Forum

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2020 GNHCC – Election Forum

Time: October 22, 2020 from 10am to 11:30am
Location: Online Forum
Website or Map: https://www.gnhcc.com/events/…
Phone: 2037876735
Event Type: election, forum
Organized By: Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
Latest Activity: Oct 12

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Event Description

October 1, 6, 8, and 22, 2020
Meet the Candidates and Discuss the Issues Facing the Business Community


The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce will host a series of legislative election forums covering the entire region in partnership with other chambers of commerce.  The online election forums will feature candidates from the legislature.  The format will be focused on business topics with interactive features for audience members.
Given the concerns around Covid-19, this will be one of the few opportunities to meet the candidates and find out where they stand on key issues facing the business community. 

We will close out the series on October 22 with candidates from New Haven. 

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