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  • East Tampa Candidate Meet & Greet

    Join Stephen Lytle, candidate for Tampa City Council – District 3 (Citywide), along with Candy Lowe, visionary community leader and founder of the Black Business Bus Tour and the Tea and Conversations bi-monthly meetups, at Al’s Finger Lickin’ Good Bar-B-Que to share your concerns, ideas, and vision for the City of Tampa as we enter 2019.

    City Council elections take place March 5th, 2019 and the results will feature many new faces representing our communities across the city. Stephen Lytle is focused on strengthening and empowering our neighborhoods and needs to hear your voice, at the grassroots level to know how we can better serve our East Tampa residents and all residents in the city. Come speak with a proven community leader who embraces the diversity Tampa offers and will listen to you.

    Together the citizens of Tampa can achieve more than any single person could ever do alone. It is time to work together and move Tampa forward. To learn more about Stephen’s background, experience, and platform visit www.Lytle2019.com.

    Food and drink will be served complimentary to attendees. Come enjoy Al’s voted Vote Best of the Bay for Best BBQ That Makes You Want to Get Your Hands Dirty!

    5:30 pm – 7:00 pm ( EST )
    5:30 pm
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  • Seminole Heights Candidate Forum (City Council)

    The Seminole Heights Candidate forums are a series of events allowing local residents the opportunity to hear more about candidate platforms and their views on specific topics that impact our area and residents. These forums are organized by the neighborhood/civic/business associations that make up the greater Seminole Heights area: Hampton Terrace Community Association, Heights Urban Core Chamber, Old Seminole Heights Neighborhood Association, Southeast Seminole Heights Civic Association, and the South Seminole Heights Civic Association.

    As we prepare for these forums, we are asking each of you to submit any questions that you would like to ask your local candidates. Please forward your question(s) to SeminoleHeightsforum@outlook.com Once received our candidate forum committee will consolidate questions by category and present as many questions possible to the candidates.

    7:00 pm – 9:00 pm ( EST )
    7:00 pm
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  • North Tampa City Council Candidate Forum

    The Forest Hills Neighborhood Association is pleased to invite you to our non-partisan North Tampa City Council Candidate Forum. It is sponsored by the Forest Hills Neighborhood Association and the venue will be the TECO Pavilion at the Babe Zaharias Clubhouse, which is located at 11412 North Forest Hills Drive, Tampa, Florida 33612. The Pulitzer Prize winning writer, Daniel Ruth, will be the moderator for both events. Please mark your calendar and SAVE THE DATE and feel free to attend both forums, if you would like, as follows:

    Networking; 6:30-7pm
    Forum: 7-8pm

    6:30 pm – 8:30 pm ( EST )
    6:30 pm
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  • Hyde Park (HPPI & HHPNA) City Council Candidate Forum

    Two neighborhood groups in Hyde park (HPPI & HHPNA) are co-hosting a Mayoral Candidate Forum on January 24 and a City Council Candidate Forum on January 31. Both events will begin at 7PM at Kate Jackson Center.

    At these events, we will ask each candidate to give a brief introduction. We will then ask each candidate to answer a few questions, and we will then ask each candidate to give some closing comments.

    7:00 pm – 8:30 pm ( EST )
    7:00 pm
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  • Tampa Tiger Bay Club – City Council Panel Discussion

    Tampa Tiger Bay is a political forum, a non-partisan assembly, that does not endorse any candidate for office, but, instead, subjects the candidates to a no-holds-barred question & answer session that is sure to leave a mark. Tiger Bay members, by the way, never leave a meeting … hungry!!

    Tampa Tiger Bay is Tampa’s most stimulating professional club, attracting members who have a flair for people, a passion for politics, and an interest in current affairs. Monthly meetings offer a diet of good food and stimulating speakers (or is it the other way around?). Topics span a wide array of ideas and opinions … some controversial, but all delectable. Members are not only encouraged to grill the guest speakers, but also to win the coveted “Garfield” Award for the most insightful question.

    Meetings are held at noon, usually on the third Friday of each month. Notices are sent in advance and guests are welcome. We typically feature speakers on all types of political and public interest issues. During election years we host forums for local, state and national candidates.

    Meetings are typically (but not always) held on the third Friday of the month. We meet at the Ferguson Law Center in Tampa. Lunch buffet begins at 11:30 a.m. Meeting starts at Noon and ends promptly at 1:00 p.m.

    11:30 am – 1:00 pm ( EST )
    11:30 am