Kentucky Farm Bureau hosting Jack Conway and Matt Bevin for “Measure the Candidates” forum on July 23Posted on Jul 13, 2015
“Measure the Candidates” is a forum, not a debate, and open only to the KFB Board of Directors, selected staff and members of the press. During the forum, each candidate is offered five minutes to make opening comments and then presented with a series of topics addressing KFB’s priority issues. Questions specific to those subjects will accompany each topic.
KFB’s president, Mark Haney of Pulaski County, will moderate the forum. He and eight additional members of the KFB Board of Directors will address the candidates on topics specific to KFB policy, agriculture and rural life. Candidates will be given three minutes to respond to each question.
Following the policy discussion, any member of the KFB Board of Directors may be recognized and given the opportunity to address the candidates in an open question and answer session. Five minutes of closing comments from each of the candidates will conclude the forum, which is expected to last approximately two hours.
After the “Measure the Candidates” forum is complete, both candidates, if their schedules permit, also have the option to participate in a 10-minute press conference with members of the media.
KFB will broadcast “Measure the Candidates” live on the Internet at kyfb.com/livestream. Press conferences will not be livestreamed. Video of the entire forum will also be uploaded and archived onto KFB’s YouTube channel.
NOTE: Kentucky Farm Bureau-issued credentials must be requested by all members of the media planning to attend the “Measure the Candidates” forum. To obtain the appropriate credentialing, please click here, and submit the requested information.
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