Six candidates facing competition for the Democratic nomination in that party’s upcoming primary election fielded questions on town finances and other pressing local issues at a September 6 forum, presented by the Woodstock Democratic Committee, that drew an attentive crowd of about 70 residents to the Community Center.
The primary is scheduled for next Tuesday, September 13, with voting from noon to 9 p.m. at local polling places. The winners will carry the Democratic Party endorsement in the November 8 general election. The Woodstock Republican Committee plans to choose its party’s slate of candidates at a caucus . . .
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