Saturday, September 25, 2021

Submit Questions for the 2021 CISD Candidate Forum

The Community Engagement Committee (CEC) is hosting a SPIN Town Hall Candidate Forum for the public to hear from candidates for the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees. 

SPIN is a non-political program dedicated to facilitating citizen engagement and communication between residents and the City. The CEC is a group of citizen volunteers who oversee and facilitate SPIN events. This hosted session is intended to provide an opportunity to familiarize residents with each of the candidates and their platforms. 

The SPIN Town Hall Forum for the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees candidates takes place on Tuesday, October 12, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. 

The forum will be broadcast on the City’s cable channel (Frontier channel 34 and Spectrum digital channel 190) and online via Video on Demand. A recording of the forums will be made available within 48 hours of the end of the program. 

The candidate forum is a public opportunity to familiarize residents with each of the candidates: 

Carroll ISD Board of Trustees Candidates 

Place 7 

  • Andrew A. Yeager 
  • Stephanie Williams 

 

Program 

The forum will have an in-person and virtual format. Questions for the candidates will not be accepted during the forum. Questions for the candidates should be submitted using the link below. 

Submit a question for Carroll ISD Board of Trustees candidates. 

All questions must be submitted no later than 3 p.m., September 28 – no questions will be accepted after this date or during the forum. Similar questions may be consolidated or edited for clarity by the CEC. 

Make sure you’re ready for either early voting, starting October 18 or election day, November 2. For more information about the election, visit CityofSouthlake.com/Elections. 

2021 Candidate Forums to be Held Virtually

The Community Engagement Committee (CEC) is hosting the virtual SPIN Town Hall Candidate Forums for the public to hear from candidates for Southlake mayor, City Council and the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees.  

SPIN is a non-political program dedicated to facilitating citizen engagement and communication between residents and the City. The CEC is a group of citizen volunteers who oversee and facilitate SPIN events. This hosted session is intended to provide an opportunity to familiarize residents with each of the City Council candidates and their platforms. 

The virtual SPIN Town Hall Forum for mayor and City Council candidates takes place on Wednesday, April 7, from 6 – 8 p.m. The virtual forum for Carroll ISD Board of Trustees candidates takes place on Monday, April 12, from 6 – 8 p.m.   

Forums will be broadcast on the City’s cable channel (Frontier channel 34 and Spectrum digital channel 190) and online via Video on Demand. A recording of the forums will be made available within 48 hours of the end of the program.  

 The candidate forums are a public opportunity to familiarize residents with each of the candidates:  

Mayoral and City Council Candidates  

Mayor  

  • John Huffman  
  • Debra Edmondson  

Place 2  

  • Sabreena Hakemy  
  • Randy Robbins  

Place 5  

  • Elisha Rurka  
  • Amy Torres-Lepp  

  

Carroll ISD Board of Trustees Candidates  

Place 4  

  • Lynda Warner  
  • Cameron “Cam” Bryan  

Place 5  

  • Hannah Smith  
  • Ed Hernandez  

  

Program  

Both forums will use a virtual format. Questions for the candidates should be submitted using the links below:  

Submit a question for City Council candidates.  

Submit a question for Carroll ISD School Board candidates.  

All questions must be submitted no later than 3 p.m. March 26  no questions will be accepted after this date or during the forum. Similar questions may be consolidated or edited for clarity by the CEC.  

Make sure you’re ready for either early voting, starting April 19 or election day, May 1. For more information about the election, visit CityofSouthlake.com/Elections.