Clallam: Televised candidate interviews to be broadcast again

Peninsula News Network and the PDN are repeating the interview series “Questions for Candidates”‘ this week on Northland Cable Channel 3 in Port Angeles and Sequim.

After hearing from the county commissioner candidates on Monday night and state representative hopefuls Tuesday night, the remaining half-hour segments are:

* Tonight: Joe Hawe and Soeren Poulsen, sheriff candidates.

* Thursday: Chris Shea and Deb Kelly, prosecuting attorney candidates.

* Friday: John Doherty and Rick Porter, District Court 1 judge candidates.

The interviews air starting at 7:30 p.m. each day. They were first cablecast live Oct. 22-23.

Journalists on the program were PDN Executive Editor Rex Wilson, Commentary Page Editor Paul Gottlieb, and Peninsula News Network anchor Dennis Bragg.

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