Democratic Gubernatorial Forum in Flemington Wednesday

Rod Hirsch. Credits: Curtis Leeds / TAPinto Flemington-Raritan file photo
Bill Brennan Credits: courtesy photo
Ray Lesniak Credits: courtesy photo
Phil Murphy Credits: courtesy photo
John Wisniewski Credits: courtesy photo
Mark Zinna Credits: courtesy photo

FLEMINGTON, NJ - A special gubernatorial forum will be held Wednesday at Stangl Stage, which is located at 2 Stangl Rd. here.

Featured will be candidates for governor running for the state Democratic Party nomination in the June 6 primary.

The forum will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and broadcast on Facebook Live.

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The format will include three- to four-minute opening statements by each participant. There will be questions to each candidate in rotating order, with three-minute answers and follow-ups at the discretion of the moderator. Questions will come from audience in attendance, and viewers on Facebook Live.

Each participant will be allowed a three- to four-minute closing statement, and campaign material will be available.

Candidates who have already confirmed their participation either in person or through a spokesperson include Bill Brennan, Ray Lesniak, Phil Murphy, John Wisniewski and Mark Zinna.

The forum is presented by Progressive Hunterdon Democrats.

The moderator will be award-winning veteran journalist Rod Hirsch, a Pulitzer Prize nominee with more than 40 years experience. He is the editor of TAPinto Somerville and TAPinto Hillsborough, and an adjunct professor of journalism at Rider University.

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