LIVE: Updates from the Sept. 20 Chamber of Commerce candidates forum

This post contains live updates via Twitter from the Sept. 20 candidates forum at the Asheville Chamber of Commerce. Here’s the info on the event from the Chamber of Commerce website:

The Asheville Chamber is pleased to partner with the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce for a candidates forum in anticpation of the 2012 elections. Join North Carolina’s voice for business as we highlight congressional and state races from across WNC. Frank Fraboni of WLOS ABC 13 will moderate the forum. The event will be held at the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce located at 36 Montford Avenue and live broadcasted on Independent Asheville Radio 1350 AM WZGM. The event will include the following candidates:

• NC 11th Congressional: Mark Meadows (R)
• Senate 47: Phil Feagan (D) (invited, attendance not confirmed)
• Senate 47: Ralph Hise (R)
• Senate 50: Jim Davis (R)
• House 115: Nathan Ramsey (R)
• House 115: Susan Wilson (D)
• House 116: Tim Moffitt (R)
• House 116: Jane Whilden (D)
• House 118: Ray Rapp (D)


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