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"Meet the Candidates" Forums 2015
The most important election events of the season!


The Franklin County Consortium for Good Government, a coalition of non-partisan organizations in Central Ohio, is again organizing "Meet the Candidates" Forums in Franklin County and nearby communities.

This annual series of non-partisan events was initiated in 1991 when Brookwood Presbyterian Church and the National Council of Jewish Women presented the first candidates’ forum.

At a "Meet the Candidates" Forum, members of the public can meet and question the candidates who are running for public offices.  The Consortium invites all candidates who are running in a contested race to at least one of the candidates’ forums.  We may also invite proponents and opponents of issues to the forums depending on decisions by the governing board of the Consortium.

This year the Consortium will hold "Meet the Candidates" Forums  in widely separated geographical sites so that people in most electoral areas will be provided with a convenient place to view candidates. 

The Consortium works both to increase the public’s knowledge about candidates and issues, and to remind central Ohioans that if we wish to have a “government of the people, by the people, and for the people,” we must educate ourselves about all the candidates and then utilize our constitutional right to vote.


 The Latest News!

As a service to Gahanna residents, Stonybrook Church (Gahanna, Ohio) will host a Gahanna Mayoral Candidates Forum on Sunday, October 18, 2015 from 2-3 p.m. at 485 Cherry Bottom Road. The forum will consist of comments from the candidates, prepared questions and audience questions moderated by Janyce Katz (League of Women Voters and Franklin County Consortium for Good Government). This event is free and open to the public. Meet and hear from the two candidates running for Gahanna Mayor – Joseph Gergley and Tom Kneeland.
Mount Vernon Avenue AME Church will hold its 28th annual Candidates Night on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 from 7 to 8 pm at 1127 Mount Vernon Ave. For more information, call (614) 253-4323.

Our 2015 Schedule of Events is underway! Click on 2015 Events above for more information. Schedules are subject to change, so check back periodically for updates!

WSYX ABC6 and the Franklin County Consortium for Good Government, staffed by the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus, held a forum featuring the Columbus mayoral candidates on March 18, 2015 at 7:00 pm at the Columbus Museum of Art. ABC6 anchor Yolanda Harris opened and closed the program while ABC6 anchor Bob Kendrick moderated the forum. The Consortium sorted and reviewed the questions for the candidates, which came from the audience and from the ABC6 website. Watch the recorded event here on the ABC6 Web site!

NBC4 and the Franklin County Consortium for Good Government, staffed by the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus, hosted a Mayoral Forum on April 22, 2015 from 7 to 8 pm. The forum was at All Saints Academy: 2855 E Livingston Ave, Columbus, OH 43209. The event was live on NBC4’s digital 4.2 channel and streamed live on It will be rebroadcast on the main channel on Saturday April 25. Like all Consortium events, the forum was free and open to the public. NBC4 anchor Colleen Marshall was the moderator.


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