By Ryan Hagen, The Sun
Posted: 01/20/14, 7:24 PM PST |
SAN BERNARDINO >> Mayoral candidates Wendy McCammack and Carey Davis will again spell out their visions of the city’s future and of each other at a debate Wednesday at Cal State San Bernardino.
The debate is expected to be the last one before voters head to the polls Feb. 4, and organizers say it’s important for people to be as informed as possible about the two candidates who finished first and second in November’s primary and now are vying to be the city’s top elected official.
“This is a very important election for San Bernardino at a critical time in the city’s history,” said Sun supervising editor Frank Pine. “The city’s next mayor will play a major role in shaping the city’s future as bankruptcy proceedings continue and far-reaching decisions are made. It’s crucial that the public be a part of this process and that residents are engaged. To that end, we’re honored to present this mayoral debate.”
The debate, sponsored by The Sun, the Cal State San Bernardino chapter of the Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society and San Bernardino Generation Now, begins at 6 p.m. at the Santos Manuel Student Union theater, 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino. Parking is $5; carpooling is encouraged.
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