The Haddonfield Civic Association will hold the 2021 Commissioner Candidates Forum on Monday, April 12 from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. It will be a virtual event held via Zoom.
In order to see the forum you must register to receive a specific link. Deadline to submit a candidate question is April 5. Deadline to register for the forum is April 12.
The HCA has long-standing tradition of working hard to create a forum that speaks to all of our residents. The HCA does not support or promote any candidate or any partisan event. Our goal is to:
Organize – A nonpartisan event moderated by a nonpartisan third party.
Promote – Reach out to the entire Haddonfield community.
Inform – Inform Haddonfield residents of candidates, their platform and their position on Borough issues.
Discuss – By providing a nonpartisan event we allow the issues to be discussed and remain transparent. Our hope is to provide every Haddonfield resident an opportunity to make an informed, unbiased vote based on the virtue and quality of the candidate.
The candidates will explain why they are running for commissioner or seeking re-election. They will discuss their platform and answer questions submitted in advance. The forum will be moderated by a representative from the League of Women Voters.
Eight candidates have declared for the election, which is scheduled to take place on May 11: incumbents Jeffrey Kasko and Colleen Bianco Bezich, along with challengers Kevin Roche, Mark Rusc, Frank Troy, Kathryn Raiczyk, Adam Puff and Daniel Zhang.
To register for the forum, or to submit a question, visit: https://haddonfieldcivic.com/2021-commissioners-candidate-forum/.