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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. For answers to frequently asked questions about voting, visit newstribune.com/votefaq. For full coverage of the Nov. 3 election, 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.

The Jefferson City News Tribune will hold two forums featuring the candidates in local races in the Nov. 3 general election.

A forum featuring the candidates for Cole County Division 5 associate circuit judge is scheduled at 6 p.m. Oct. 6. The candidates are Republican Brian Stumpe and Democrat Scott Evans.

A forum featuring the candidates for Missouri House of Representatives District 60 is scheduled at 6 p.m. Oct. 8. The candidates are Republican incumbent Rep. Dave Griffith and Democrat Joshua Dunne.

The forums will be livestreamed on NewsTribune.com and broadcast live on JCTV. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the forums will not be open to public attendance.

To submit a question you'd like asked of the candidates, send an email to [email protected]

Additionally, the News Tribune is looking for community input on issues that should be discussed as part of our ongoing election coverage via a survey at newstribune.com/electionsurvey.

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.

For full coverage of local and statewide issues in the November 2020 election, visit newstribune.com/election. For answers to frequently asked questions about voting, visit newstribune.com/votefaq.

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