Questions accepted for Jefferson County debate

PORT TOWNSEND — This is the last week to submit questions for the League of Women Voters-Jefferson County’s Oct. 11 forum for the candidates vying for Position 3 on the Board of County Commissioners.

Beginning at 6 p.m., the hour-long forum will feature incumbent Greg Brotherton, a Quilcene Democrat, and challenger Marcia Kelbon, a Quilcene Republican, as they answer questions about policy live online.

Questions are due by noon Saturday. They are to be submitted to

“Concise, unbiased questions directly related to the job and its policies will be given priority, and similar questions will be combined,” according to the league in a press release. “We strive to ensure that questions reflect a wide range of concerns from across the county.

Questions in LWVJC forums are never released to the candidates in advance.

Links to the forum — which can be accessed by computer, tablet or phone — are posted on the league’s website at

KPTZ 91.9 FM will simulcast the forum and livestream it at The forum also will be recorded and linked on the league’s website.

For additional information, contact the League of Women Voters-Jefferson County at

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