Maybe the foreign affairs topic put a drag on the last presidential debate, but the issues will be local at 7 p.m. Wedenesday when incumbent county commissioner Pat Shenigo sits down with his opponent, Jude Hammond for the second of three county debates.
Hammond has ripped Shenigo for alleged mismanagement of the county. Shenigo has fired back, pointing to management letters with state audits of the Margaretta school district recommending tighter controls over school district finances.
Next week, Erie County incumbent commissioner Tom Ferrell Jr. debates his opponents, independents Brad Hartung and Dick Brady and Republican Steve Kraus at 7 p.m. Oct. 30.
Viewers at sanduskyregister.com are encouraged to submit their questions during the debatre in the interactive chatroom.
The Erie County juvenile court judge debate with Judge Robert DeLamatre and his opponent Beverly Newell Hancock is available for demand viewing here. All of the debates will be available for demand viewing at the Register's "Decision 2012" guide to the election here. Also, be sure to get the print election guide in the Oct. 30 edition of the Register.
Erie County treasurer candidate Jeff Krabill is the guest at 1 p.m. Thursday on "Between the Lines Live." His opponent, incimbent treasurer JoDee Fantozz declined to debate Krabill. Perkins Township representatives also will be on the program to talk about the tax levies on next month's ballot.