Ponoka Chamber to host election forum

All-candidates forum for Lacombe-Ponoka set for March 28 at the Ponoka Legion

Ponoka and area residents will get the opportunity to hear party platforms and quiz the local candidates next week.

The Ponoka and District Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an all-candidates election forum at the Ponoka Royal Canadian Legion auditorium on March 28 with things getting underway at 7 p.m.

Three of the major provincial parties will be taking part — United Conservative Party’s Ron Orr, NDP’s Doug Hart and the Alberta Party’s Myles Chkerda.

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In addition, an independent candidate — Tessa Szwagierczak from Lacombe — has joined the race and will likely also be at the event.

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