Candidate forum set for Thursday

SKSD, Port Orchard City Council candidates to appear at Kitsap County Administration Building

SOUTH KITSAP — Candidates competing for seats on the South Kitsap School District board of directors and Port Orchard City Council will participate in a League of Women Voters – Kitsap County candidate forum at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Kitsap County Administration Building, 619 Division St.

Candidates running for positions 1, 2 and 5 on the school board are scheduled to take part in the forum. Candidates are Eric Gattenby and Keith Law, running for District 1; John Berg and Glenny Compton, District 2; and Greg Wall and Jeff Daily, competing for the District 5 seat.

Also scheduled to appear are John Clauson and Cody Morgan, candidates for Port Orchard City Council position 4.

The political forum will be recorded and shown on BKAT, seen in Kitsap County on WAVE Cable Channel 3 or Comcast Channel 12, or streaming online at The recording should be available within 24 hours, according to BKAT.

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