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Basile vs. Myers Debate for State Rep: Tuesday, October 21 EBHS

The First Known East Boston High School, student run, student moderated East Boston, First Suffolk District State Representative candidate forum is scheduled for Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at East Boston High School, 5:30p.m.-7:30 p.m.

East Boston High School teacher, Patrick Morse's debate class students studied non-partisan local and state issues this fall to prepare for the first known East Boston High School student lead and moderated non-partisan State Representative candidate forum. The debate class students formulated the questions for the forum. Two students from the debate class will moderate the forum. This fall, The Commonwealth Lobby, a non-partisan voter registration voter education organization collaborated with the East Boston High School debate class in preparation of the on-campus student lead and moderated forum. The students hope to get the answers they need to help inform East Boston student voters and the East Boston community on and off campus before Election Day on November 4.

On Tuesday from 5:30pm to 6:00pm, State Representative candidates, Carlo Basile, incumbent, Celeste Ribeiro Myers, challenger will gather at East Boston High School for a meet and greet opportunity for media interviews and interested voters before the forum.

The State Representative candidate forum will begin in the EBH auditorium at 6:00pm. Each candidate will have equal time to introduce their campaign and candidacy to attendees before the EBH student moderators ask the candidates questions. This momentous civic engagement on-campus student lead and moderated forum provides students with an opportunity to explore non-partisan contemporary local and state issues, civically engage face to face with the candidates and the community. Both state representative candidates enthusiastically support the EBH student civic effort and confirmed they will attend the forum Tuesday.

Source: Myers Campaign via email

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