Prince William Chamber of Commerce and Northern Virginia Community College to Host Chairman’s Debate

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Provided by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce

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Candidates for Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors will participate in a debate on October 1 at 7:00 p.m.and the community is invited to attend. Republican incumbent Corey A. Stewart and Democrat Richard H. “Rick” Smith III will meet for the debate on the Manassas Campus of Northern Virginia Community College in the Howsmon Lecture Hall at 6901 Sudley Road in Manassas. The debate is being hosted in partnership by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce and Northern Virginia Community College.

“As one of the fastest growing localities in the Commonwealth it is important for the local business community to remain engaged in the political process.  We are very excited to partner with Northern Virginia Community College to host a quality debate during this year’s highly competitive Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors race. The Chamber is eager to hear the candidates’ visions for the future of Prince William County and ideas for maintaining a favorable business climate,” said Prince William Chamber President and CEO Debbie Jones.

Provost Roger Ramsammy is looking forward to hosting the debate at the NOVA-Manassas campus.  He stated, “We are eager to hear what ideal, long-term strategies each candidate will convey regarding education in Prince William County.  Our county boasts two Northern Virginia Community college campuses and the Chairman’s emphasis on higher education will be critical for our entire community, workforce development and beyond.”

The debate will be moderated by Krysta Nicole Jones, Founder and CEO, Virginia Leadership Institute.

Residents of Prince William County are invited to attend at no charge. A simple registration and opportunity to submit questions for the debate are online at http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=xvrel7bab&oeidk=a07ebfsvt4v90c5376b. You can also follow #PWChairman2015 to stay up-to-date on what’s going on with the debate on Facebook and Twitter.

The event is sponsored in part by Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative. Additional sponsorships are available. Contact Brendon Shaw at bshaw@pwchamber.org for details.

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