Monday, the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce put on a candidates forum for city and school board candidates.
Early voting is underway for the November 5 elections.
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum hosted the event, which streamed live here at KBTX.com and aired on NewsTalk 1620.
Videos from the event are above.
In the race for Bryan's mayoral seat, incumbent Jason Bienski is facing Mike Southerland. Both took part in the forum Monday.
There are two other races for the Bryan city council. For Single Member District 1, incumbent Richard Cortez is facing Al Saenz, both of whom took part in the forum. For Single Member District 2, Kevin Davenport, Rafael Pena III and Perry Stephney are running for the seat. Stephney did not attend the forum.
There is one College Station city council race that is contested. Steve Aldrich and Gary Ives are looking to win Place 2. Ives could not be attendance for the forum.
For Bryan school board, the lone contested race is for Single Member District 3. Both Trey Moore and Josh Smith participated in the forum.
All three College Station candidates for school board Place 3 took part as well. John Fedora, Ben Roper and Michael Wesson shared their views from the panel.
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