CENTERVILLE -- Once the primary ballots are cast and counted, final candidates for the city council positions have the chance to meet with the public.
There will be a "Meet the Candidates Night" at 7 p.m. Oct. 11 in the council chambers at city hall. The six candidates who remain as finalists after the primary election are invited to attend and respond to questions relevant to Centerville that will be asked by a representative of the League of Women Voters, which is sponsoring the event.
There will be a table in the lobby that evening for each candidate, where candidate information may be displayed. This event is the only time that candidate/political information can be on city hall premises or within 150 feet of the building, which is an early voting center.
This year, there will be only two regular voting centers for the primary and general elections for all residents of the city -- one at Centerville Elementary School for those east of Main Street and the other at Jennie P. Stewart Elementary School.