Ballots for the Aug. 4 primary are due to be mailed back on/before July 29. For additional voting information, see the Election 2020 election calendar.
“Young Voters Engage the Candidates”
Forums were held recently for the candidates for Scottsdale mayor and City Council. “Young Voters Engage the Candidates” virtual events were moderated by a young professionals’ panel. They were hosted by FUEL Scottsdale, a subgroup of SCOTT; Scottsdale Community College; Scottsdale Leadership, Inc. and Scottsdale Rising Young Professionals, a subgroup of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.
The mayoral forum was held June 29; the council
forum on June 30. Below are links to each in its entirety. To view specific
segments, forward to the timing marker provided before each topic to see
Young Voters Engage the Mayoral Candidates
–1:40: What are five words that describe you, your campaign, your ideas for our city.
–3:48: Why should a young person vote for you?
–11:17: Attainable housing
–29:00: Diversity and inclusion
–35:57: Public safety and public health
–1:02:00: Vision to inspire our children for the future of our city.
(Guy Phillips declined to participate)
–1:46: What are five words that describe you, your campaign, your ideas for our city.
–3:48: Attainable housing
–11:24: Economy and heritage
–20:00: Why should a young person vote for you?
–29:20: Reaction to “I can’t breathe” at masks’ protest
–1:04:14 COVID-19 response
–1:12:48: Vision to inspire our children for the future of our city.
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