Chamber October Power in Partnership Breakfast will feature Candidate Forum

Published Wednesday, September 16, 2020 9:00 am

The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce will host a political forum for the Kentucky House District Three and Paducah Mayoral candidates on October 1. The program will be featured during the virtual Power in Partnership breakfast at 7:30 a.m. The live broadcast will originate from the Commerce Center in the Paducah Bank Community Room. Paducah Bank is the sponsor.  

Register to attend the event via Zoom at paducahchamber.org. The virtual breakfast will also be aired on WPSD 6.3 and Comcast 233, and livestreamed via the Chamber and WPSD Local 6’s Facebook pages.  

The program will feature the District Three House race between Republican incumbent Rep. Randy Bridges and Democrat challenger Corbin Snardon; and Paducah Mayoral candidates Commissioner Richard Abraham, George Bray and write-in candidate Dujuan Thomas. Todd Faulkner, WPSD Local 6 News Anchor, will serve as the moderator. 

Bridges represents House District Three, which covers part of Paducah and McCracken County. He was elected to his first term as state representative in 2018. 

Snardon is the Assistant Principal at the newly built Paducah Innovation Hub. He also serves as the Second Vice President and Education Chair for the Paducah-McCracken County NAACP. 

Abraham is a multi-term Paducah City Commissioner, currently serving as Mayor Pro Tem. 

Bray is a local businessman and serves as Board Chairman of the Barkley Regional Airport Authority. 

Thomas is an entrepreneur and business owner who has served in the Army National Guard for 5+ years. 

Chamber members and the media were asked to submit questions prior to the event. On the day of the event, the moderator will pull questions at random during the designated time allotment.  Each candidate will also give opening and closing statements.  

A small group of Leadership Paducah Class #34 members will be in the audience, but all other attendees need to watch on Zoom, the Chamber or WPSD’s Facebook pages, or the local channels.

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