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What do YOU most want to ask candidates in the upcoming municipal election?

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What do YOU most want to ask candidates in the upcoming municipal election?

What do YOU most want to ask candidates in the upcoming municipal election?
Vote for the best questions today!

Sudbury, August 12, 2014 – Good Green Questions is back!   We want to know which questions you would like to ask your candidates in  the upcoming municipal election on October 27, 2014.

Citizens sent us eighty-eight great questions for candidates.  Consolidating those asked multiple times, we have thirty-seven  good green questions.   Now it’s time to vote on which ones YOU most want to ask the future mayor and councillors of Greater Sudbury.   

Tell us which questions YOU think are the most important.

Find our on-line survey at

Link directly to the survey at:

Put in your vote by August 26.

The top questions will be given to candidates in a written survey, and at a Town Hall this fall.

So get your vote in, and save the date for the Good Green Town Hall, Wednesday, October 1st, at St. Andrews Place.   Meet and greet with Council candidates 6:00 p.m., mayoral Town Hall 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.  See you there!

Check out a short video from the mayoral Good Green Town Hall held at the last municipal election in 2010:

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