League of Women Voters Present Chatham Borough Council Candidate's Forum Thursday, Oct. 26

Participating in the Borough of Chatham Council candidate's forum presented by the League of Women Voters are Republicans Bob Weber, left, and Steve Coffey Credits: TAP Chatham
Participating in the Borough of Chatham Council candidate's forum presented by the League of Women Voters are Democrats Thad Kobylarz, left, and Jonathan Wilcox Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - A forum for Borough of Chatham Council candidates will be held 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26 by the League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area on the upper level of the municipal building located at 54 Fairmount Avenue.

All four candidates will be seeking their first three-year term on the council. Democratic candidates for the two seats that will be contested on Nov. 7 are Thad Kobylarz and Jonathan Wilcox. The Republican ticket consists of Steve Coffey and Bob Weber.

Each candidate will give an introductory statement and a closing statement. The League of Women Voters moderator will ask the candidates questions offered by members of the public.

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