On Thursday, July 14, the LWVWA hosted a candidate forum for the Secretary of State primary race. Of the eight candidates, five participated (listed in the order they will appear on the ballot):
Bob Hagglund (Republican Party)
Marquez Tiggs (Democratic Party) Candidate Connection
Steve Hobbs (Incumbent) (Democratic Party)
Mark Miloscia (Republican Party)
Julie Anderson (Independent) Candidate Connection
The following candidates declined to participate:
Tamborine Borrelli (America First Republican Party)
Kurtis Engle (Union Party)
Keith Wagoner (Republican Party)
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