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The News Tribune reports on elections to equip community members with the tools they need to participate in democracy. That includes sharing candidates' positions on important issues and making information about the voting process accessible. 

The News Tribune hosted a critical debate Thursday among candidates running for the Missouri House District 60 contested race in the Nov. 3 elections.

 The candidates in the Missouri House District 60 race are Republican incumbent Rep. Dave Griffith and Democrat Joshua Dunne.

Viewers can watch Thursday's forum on the video player below or the City of Jefferson's Youtube page.

More information about Tuesday's debate below video.

Video fo the forum can also be viewed at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7m-0Wc_gCk

Tuesday's Election Forum

The News Tribune held an election forum Tuesday evening for the candidates running in the Cole County Associate Circuit Judge contested race. The candidates for the Cole County Associate Circuit Court Judge position are Republican Brian Stumpe and Democrat Scott Evans.

Viewers can watch the video in the video player below or at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJf1ozU8Q0E

The News Tribune is hosting these debates as a community service in preparation for the 2020 elections.

Do you have questions for the candidates? Send them to [email protected].

For more election coverage, visit newstribune.com/election/.

To tell the News Tribune what you'd like considered in news coverage this election season, complete the short survey at newstribune.com/electionsurvey.

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