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    Fairbanks candidates to engage in unique debate – they ask the questions

    AlaskaWatchman.com

    Citizens for Property Rights, a conservative organization in Fairbanks, will hold a debate like few others. The Oct. 24 event will feature area candidates posing questions to their opponents with the moderator simply facilitating the forum.

    . It takes place 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bible Baptist Church in Fairbanks (32 Adak Ave.).

    According to organizers the unique debate is open to all candidates. In addition to in-person attendees, candidates and audience members will be able to participate via Facebook live as well.

    Citizens for Property Rights works to help Fairbanks residents address government overreach that would take their property rights and money.

    For more information about the upcoming debate, click here or call organizer Christine Robbins at (907) 378-8369.

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