--2 A Look At The Remaining Candidate Events For The Santa Fe Election
         
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A Look At The Remaining Candidate Events For The City Race

Mayoral forum to be held tonight at downtown library

February 11, 2014, 2:00 pm
By Joey Peters

 A handful of candidate events remain as the city election hits its final stretch before March 4, the day of the election.

They include a League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County-sponsored forum tonight from 6-9pm at the Main Library at 145 Washington Ave. Expect mayoral candidates Patti Bushee and Javier Gonzales to attend to event, though Bill Dimas will be a no-show.

But voters anxious to see Dimas are in luck. On Wednesday, he'll be attending a lunch sponsored by the Santa Fe Area Homebuilders Association and the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce. The lunch will be held tomorrow from 11:30am to 1pm at 1409 Luisa St. 

The list of upcoming civic events continues:

—Wednesday, Feb. 19: Mayoral candidate Javier Gonzales will appear at a lunch sponsored by the Santa Fe Area Homebuilders Association and the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce from 11:30am to 1pm at 1409 Luisa St.

—Wednesday, Feb. 19: A forum for City Council Districts 1 and 2 from 6-8pm at the Main Library at 145 Washington Ave.

—Thursday, Feb. 20: MIX Santa Fe will be hosting a PolitiMIX event that will feature a forum between Bushee and Gonzales. It starts at 7pm at the Greer Garson Theater at 1600 St. Michael Dr.

—Wednesday, Feb. 26: Mayoral candidate Patti Bushee will attend a lunch sponsored by the Santa Fe Area Homebuilders Association and the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce from 11:30am to 1pm at 1409 Luisa St.

 

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