Leadership Roane County will present a “How to Run for Elected Office” seminar on November 4. The seminar is scheduled from 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. at the O’Brien Theater at Roane State Community College at 276 Patton Lane in Harriman.
Speakers include Charles Holiway, Roane County administrator of elections, and Marilyn Calfee, campaign manager for Representative Kent Calfee (District 32), followed by a panel of Chris Mason, Roane County trustee; Becky Ruppe, Rockwood city administrator; Stacey Wilson, spouse of County Commissioner Ben Wilson; and Stephanie Wright, Kingston City Council.
The seminar will consist of information pertinent to potential future candidates, a press release said. Questions for the panel range from “how you got started” to “how many signs should I purchase” to “how to reach potential voters.”
“The seminar is a bi-partisan, community effort to engage and encourage Roane Countians to consider running for an elected office,” the press release said.
The seminar is free to the public.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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