Prescott council candidates clash on experience, water at forum

The Daily Courier

Nearly 350 attend to hear from 7 running for office

The value of life experience, the future of the Big Chino Water Ranch, and party affiliation in a non-partisan election all came up in a candidate forum that allowed candidates to question one another.

Nearly 350 people packed the room at the Hassayampa Inn Wednesday, Oct. 18, to hear the seven remaining Prescott city candidates face off in a forum, leading up to the Nov. 7 general election.

Unique to this week’s forum was the move by organizers to encourage interaction between the candidates. Moderator Brad Fain, the president of the co-sponsoring Central Arizona Partnership, explained at the outset that candidates would be allowed to question one another.

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