Voters will have a chance to hear from a majority of the candidates running for these positions at an online public forum happening Tuesday and Wednesday.
Angela Curry, from the United Women of Color, said this is their way of giving back to the community.
“We’re just happy to be able to provide this information as a public service,” she said. “Civic engagement is something that runs through the heart of all of our organizations and being three non-partisan groups we felt like we could give the most fair and professional candidate forum for the community.”
She said it’s important people get a good feel of who they’re voting for because a strong community needs strong leaders.
“With the growth and with so many people coming here from so many different areas and with their being so many complex issues going on right now with coronavirus, civic unrest,” Curry said. “We need leadership that are visionaries, that have the mind of the people that they are representing.”
To see all the candidates who are running for positions in the Municipal Election you can check out Huntsville’s sample ballot. The City of Madison has not released their sample ballot yet.