City council candidates at forum


Moderated by former Clinton County commissioner Rick Stanforth, a candidates forum involving contested Wilmington City Council races was held Monday night, a week and a day prior to the Tuesday, Nov. 7 General Election. There are four candidates for three at-large city council seats, and two candidates for the 2nd Ward seat. Read the News Journal’s profiles of the races in the candidates’ own words at www.wnewsj.com/news/54562/candidates-vie-for-wilmington-council-2 . From left are Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II, Tyler Williams, Michael Allbright, Carter Cockman, Kelsey Swindler and William “Bill” Liermann.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

After Monday night’s public forum, Wilmington City Council candidates stood for a posed photograph. From left are Tyler Williams, William “Bill” Liermann, Carter Cockman and Kelsey Swindler — the four candidates seeking three at-large seats; and Michael Allbright and Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II — the two candidates who want to represent the 2nd Ward on city council.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Wilmington City Council candidates forum was well-attended. It was held in a big lecture room at Wilmington College’s expanded and refurbished Center for Sciences & Agriculture.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Moderated by former Clinton County commissioner Rick Stanforth, a candidates forum involving contested Wilmington City Council races was held Monday night, a week and a day prior to the Tuesday, Nov. 7 General Election. There are four candidates for three at-large city council seats, and two candidates for the 2nd Ward seat. Read the News Journal’s profiles of the races in the candidates’ own words at www.wnewsj.com/news/54562/candidates-vie-for-wilmington-council-2 . From left are Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II, Tyler Williams, Michael Allbright, Carter Cockman, Kelsey Swindler and William “Bill” Liermann.

After Monday night’s public forum, Wilmington City Council candidates stood for a posed photograph. From left are Tyler Williams, William “Bill” Liermann, Carter Cockman and Kelsey Swindler — the four candidates seeking three at-large seats; and Michael Allbright and Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II — the two candidates who want to represent the 2nd Ward on city council.

The Wilmington City Council candidates forum was well-attended. It was held in a big lecture room at Wilmington College’s expanded and refurbished Center for Sciences & Agriculture.

Moderated by former Clinton County commissioner Rick Stanforth, a candidates forum involving contested Wilmington City Council races was held Monday night, a week and a day prior to the Tuesday, Nov. 7 General Election. There are four candidates for three at-large city council seats, and two candidates for the 2nd Ward seat. Read the News Journal’s profiles of the races in the candidates’ own words at www.wnewsj.com/news/54562/candidates-vie-for-wilmington-council-2 . From left are Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II, Tyler Williams, Michael Allbright, Carter Cockman, Kelsey Swindler and William “Bill” Liermann.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_during.jpgModerated by former Clinton County commissioner Rick Stanforth, a candidates forum involving contested Wilmington City Council races was held Monday night, a week and a day prior to the Tuesday, Nov. 7 General Election. There are four candidates for three at-large city council seats, and two candidates for the 2nd Ward seat. Read the News Journal’s profiles of the races in the candidates’ own words at www.wnewsj.com/news/54562/candidates-vie-for-wilmington-council-2 . From left are Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II, Tyler Williams, Michael Allbright, Carter Cockman, Kelsey Swindler and William “Bill” Liermann. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

After Monday night’s public forum, Wilmington City Council candidates stood for a posed photograph. From left are Tyler Williams, William “Bill” Liermann, Carter Cockman and Kelsey Swindler — the four candidates seeking three at-large seats; and Michael Allbright and Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II — the two candidates who want to represent the 2nd Ward on city council.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_posed.jpgAfter Monday night’s public forum, Wilmington City Council candidates stood for a posed photograph. From left are Tyler Williams, William “Bill” Liermann, Carter Cockman and Kelsey Swindler — the four candidates seeking three at-large seats; and Michael Allbright and Loren “Lonnie” Stuckert II — the two candidates who want to represent the 2nd Ward on city council. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Wilmington City Council candidates forum was well-attended. It was held in a big lecture room at Wilmington College’s expanded and refurbished Center for Sciences & Agriculture.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_audience.jpgThe Wilmington City Council candidates forum was well-attended. It was held in a big lecture room at Wilmington College’s expanded and refurbished Center for Sciences & Agriculture. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal