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Central Oregon Debate Series starts Monday!

Three debates this week invite sheriff, county commissioner and Oregon House candidates to square off

In just a few short days, elections officials will begin mailing Oregonians their ballots ahead of the Nov. 3 election.

To help you prepare, the Source has compiled its "My View" series, offering one-on-one interviews with the candidates vying for seats in everything from the Bend City Council to the U.S. House.

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In addition, Source Publisher Aaron Switzer is among the moderators for the 2020 Central Oregon Debate Series, taking place Oct. 12, 13 and 14 in partnership with Central Oregon Daily and KBND.

On Mon., Oct 12, watch candidates for Deschutes County Sheriff.

On Tue., Oct. 13, watch candidates for Deschutes County Commissioner

And on Wed., Oct. 14, watch candidates for Oregon House District 54.

The debates start at 7pm PST on KBNZ/CBS—just one of many ways to get the information you need to help you make your decision in Vote 2020.

Have a question you want to ask the candidates?

Drop a comment here, or email the question to aaron@bendsource.com and we'll consider them for inclusion in the debates!

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