Here's Your Chance to Grill Waukesha Aldermanic Candidates
Patch is sponsoring a candidates forum on Wednesday night for the candidates running for Waukesha Common Council...and we're going to ask the questions that our readers want answered.
Candidates running for Waukesha alderman in the April 2 election will field questions about the key issues facing the city in a forum slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Carroll University.
At least nine candidates running in contested Common Council races have agreed to participate in the forum, which is sponsored by Waukesha Patch and will take place in the Dorothy Goff Frisch Recital Hall of the Shattuck Music Center, 218 N. East Ave. It is free and open to the public.
We would like Waukesha Patch readers to help us come up with questions for the canidates. If you have a question that you would like the moderator to ask, post it as a comment to this story. We'll try to ask as many of the submitted questions as possible.
In addition, audience members will have the opportunity to submit written questions to a moderator. Questions should be on citywide vs. district-specific issues, and all candidates will be asked to respond to the same questions.
Candidates who have said they will take part in the forum are:
- Mark Myers (1st District)
- Ald. Adam Jankowski and Marga Krumins (6th District)
- Ald. Vance Skinner and Sean Grosenick (8th District)
- Aaron Perry and Gary Krivos (12th District)
- Ald. Roger Patton and Lenny Miller (11th District)
Ald. Terry Theime of the 1st District, and 15th District candidates Russel Stewart and Cory Payne are unable to attend because of work commitments. Emanuele Vitale, running in the 8th District, has not indicated whether he will attend.
The general election is April 2. Aldermen serve three-year terms.
What questions would you like the aldermanic candidates to answer? Tell us in the Comments section below.