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Paul Gallegos, Humboldt County District Attorney (6 mins)
Kaitlin-Sopoci-Belknap, Campaign Co-Manager for Measure T (19 mins)
John Bonifaz, Attorney and Founder of the National Voting Rights Institute (17 mins)
Is Measure T good for Humboldt County? Will it bring integrity back to local elections or will it forever brand this community as anti-business?
To help answer these questions in the voters' minds, the Times-Standard will host a debate on Measure T next week. The debate will be webcast -- broadcast online -- at www.times-standard.com at a date to be announced. The forum will include questions from you, our readers, as well as from a panel of journalists. The debate participants will also have an opportunity to pose questions to each other.
To submit a question for consideration, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Measure T question” in the subject line. Only e-mailed questions will be considered.
Measure T, if passed, would ban political contributions from non-local corporations to local races.
Humboldt County Leaders Endorse Measure T!
Democratic Party of Humboldt County
Green Party of Humboldt County
Central Labor Council of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local #1684
Building and Construction Trades of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties
Carpenters Union Local #751
Operating Engineers Union Local #3 AFL-CIO
Paul Gallegos, Humboldt County District Attorney
Peter LaVallee, Eureka Mayor
Chris Kerrigan, Eureka City Council
Dave Meserve, Arcata City Council
Harmony Groves, Arcata City Council
Paul Pitino, Arcata City Council
Bob Ornelas, Former Arcata Mayor
Connie Stewart, Former Arcata Mayor
Elizabeth Conner, Former Arcata City Council
Julie Fulkerson, Former Humboldt County Board of Supervisors
... and hundreds of other individuals and local businesses! Join us today!
Learn more about Measure T in a Pros and Cons Video, produced by Eileen McGee (51 mins)
Humboldt Coalition for Community Rights