Council Candidate Forums

The times and places

You'll laugh; they'll cry; you'll kiss your ignorance goodbye: Between now and election day, there's a welter of neighborhood and issue forums for Austin's City Council candidates. Here are the forums – the ones we know about, at least – for the next week on the council campaign trail. And let the self-debasement begin!

Austin Hotel & Lodging Association forum: Friday, March 28, 2-4pm; Omni Hotel (700 San Jacinto)

Network of Asian American Organizations forum: Monday, March 31, 6pm; Old Quarry Branch Library (7051 Village Center Dr.)

ADAPT (disability rights) forum: Wednesday, April 2, 6pm; Mary Lee Foundation Community Center (1327 Lamar Square)

Alliance for Public Transportation/Austin Area Regional Transit forum: Thursday, April 3, 6:30pm, City Council Chambers, City Hall (301 W. Second)

Housing candidate forum: Friday, April 4, 5:30pm; Scholz Garten (1607 San Jacinto)

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