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Hume federal candidates forum tonight at Camden Civic Centre

Voters wanting to hear what the majority of candidates running in the federal election are invited to attend the Hume Candidates Forum on Thursday, April 28 at Camden Civic Centre.

This event will be an opportunity for the public to raise their questions via a Q&A style event moderated by Rohan Boehm, a professional moderator, who has previously hosted numerous candidate forums.

The forum is an opportunity for voters to ask questions that are important to them and their local community. Each candidate will be given an initial three minutes to introduce themselves, their values and what they hope to achieve if they are elected.

At the time of writing, the following candidates have been invited:

Greg Baines, Labour, confirmed; Penny Ackery, Independent, confirmed; Sheneli Dona, Independent, confirmed; Rebecca Thompson, One Nation, confirmed; Garry Dollin , UAP, confirmed; Angus Taylor, Liberal, Invited but not confirmed, and; Karen Stewart, Greens, confirmed.

The event starts at 6pm Thursday, April 28. For people unable to attend, the event will be streamed live.

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