Elections 2012: What Are Your Questions For Brentwood Candidates?

We're scheduling interviews for aldermanic candidates in Brentwood. What should we ask them?

The April 3 election is less than a month away, and we at Patch have started scheduling interviews with each aldermanic candidate in Brentwood.

We plan to replicate our elections coverage from last year, when we profiled aldermanic and school board candidates in every contested race. Our profiles of and are great examples of the work we completed.

We believe it's important for voters to learn as much as possible about candidates before heading to the polls on April 3, and we're thankful that most candidates have welcomed us into their homes to meet their families and learn about their priorities.

Now we want to hear from Brentwood residents: What questions do you have for the aldermanic candidates? Add your questions in the comments section below or shoot me an email at ryan.martin@patch.com.

As a reminder, here's the final list of candidates in Brentwood, where four seats on the Brentwood Board of Aldermen are up for election:

Ward 1: James Bischoff and Maureen Saunders *

Ward 2: Cindy Manestar (unopposed)

Ward 3: Andy Leahy (unopposed)

Ward 4:  Gary S. Bierman, Lorraine Krewson and Patrick Toohey *

If you have any other suggestions or questions about the April 3 election, please don't hesitate to contact me too.

*Previously, James Bischoff and Maureen Saunders were listed in Ward 4, and Gary S. Bierman, Lorraine Krewson and Patrick Toohey in Ward 1. That has since been corrected.

Philip Scherry March 06, 2012 at 08:30 PM
How do they plan to work with neighboring municipalities to help lower everyone's costs, and also provide improved services?


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