“I feel a political forum can help the voters in District 9 adequately decide the type of future they would like to see for the district,” Harmon said in his letter to Puente.
“I believe it is appropriate and fair for the citizens of District 9 that we adequately display to them the options they have for leadership in their district,” said Harmon in a statement.
“I hope the current alderman will respond to my request for a debate, and I look forward to publicly discussing the changes that need to occur in District 9.”
Harmon said in his letter to Puente that the constituents of the Ninth District on the Northwest side of the city has resided too long in economic and civic obscurity. “I believe there are questions the citizens of District Nine would like to have answered.
In his letter to the incumbent, Harmon suggested having either the League of Women Voters or the Brown Deer Chamber of Commerce to participate in a debate or candidate fourm.
“I know District Nine can see a bright future as an economic and cultural center,” Harmon’s letter continued. “I believe we all need to work together to achieve that vision. I hope that we can meet in a forum or debate to display our respective ideas to the many interested citizens of the district.”
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