Douglas County, Nevada candidates appear tonight |

Douglas County, Nevada candidates appear tonight

by Sally J. Taylor

At least a dozen candidates for offices in Douglas County and Nevada are expected to gather for a candidates’ forum tonight at Round Hill Pines Beach.

The forum, sponsored by the Tahoe-Douglas Chamber of Commerce, will begin at 5:30 p.m. and is expected to last about two hours. Chamber President Skip Sayre will moderate the forum.

Each candidate will have five minutes to speak. The candidates will then answer audience questions, submitted in writing before the forum begins.

Those who have confirmed their plans to attend include:

Douglas County Assessor candidates Barbara Byington and Joe Fay.

Candidates for Tahoe Constable Roger Hargis and Wes Rice.

Candidates for the Nevada State Senate, Lawrence Jacobsen and Donald Forrester.

County District Attorney candidate Scott Doyle.

County Recorder candidate Linda Slater.

Candidate for County Commissioner District 2: Jacques Etchegoyhen.

Candidates for County Commissioner District 4: Don Miner, Kirk Ledbetter and Janet Murphy.

Round Hill Pines Beach is on the lake east of Elks Point Road in Round Hill. Beverages will be sold. Harrah’s Lake Tahoe will provide the sound system.

For additional information, call the Tahoe-Douglas Chamber of Commerce at (702) 588-4591.

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