Dallas Regional Chamber

Dallas Mayoral Runoff Candidate's Forum

Dallas Mayoral Runoff Candidate's Forum
. Please Note --> This is a Past Event!! .

Date: 5/20/2011
Time: 12:00 PM TO 1:15 PM

The Adolphus Hotel
1321 Commerce Street
The Grand Ballroom
Dallas, TX 75202

(214) 746-6600

Event Description:

Registration is now closed. We will take walk-in registrations at the door. 

The formidable issues facing the City of Dallas in 2011 require the election of a creative, visionary, farsighted Mayor. Our new Mayor must have the skill to create diverse, sustainable city-wide coalitions and cultivate results-oriented consensus among City Council colleagues. 

Dallas voters will be asked to select the next mayor in a runoff election on Saturday June 18. The Chamber will host a Mayoral Runoff Candidates Forum on Friday May 20.  This forum will be the first opportunity to hear the two final runoff candidates, Mike Rawlings and David Kunkle share their vision for the citizens of the ninth largest city in America.  

Join elected officials, business leaders, and community stakeholders at this valuable public policy forum and hear how the two candidates propose to address the City’s daunting economic, social and political challenges.

Registration opens at 11:30 AM
Member attendee: $50.00 / Prospective Member Attendee: $100.00
Parking will be validated for $14.00 per car and valet is available for $24.00 per car.

*Sponsorships are still available*


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