Greensboro Mayoral Debate Planned Oct. 17 at Guilford
The two finalists in the race for mayor of the City of Greensboro are expected to face off in a mayoral debate Monday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. in Joseph M. Bryan Jr. Auditorium in Frank Family Science Center on campus.
The debate is sponsored by the News & Record, Greensboro Neighborhood Congress, News 14 Carolina and Guilford and is open to the public, free of charge. Seating is limited. Parking is available in lots adjacent to the science center.
The debate participants will be council member Robbie Perkins and incumbent mayor Bill Knight, who received the highest and second-highest percentage of votes in the Oct. 11 primary. The mayoral election is non-partisan.
The finalists will take questions from a panel of journalists from the News & Record and News 14 Carolina and from the audience. Marsh Prause of the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress will moderate. News 14 Carolina will record the debate for broadcast.
A reception with all of the candidates for Greensboro City Council will precede the debate at 6 p.m.. Light refreshments will be served.
If you have questions about the event, call 336-274-5476.