SPMC FEATURES CANDIDATE PROGRAMMING BETWEEN NOW AND ELECTION DAY

Sun Prairie residents will have some important decisions to make when they head to the polls on April 5. And the Sun Prairie Media Center is offering extensive programming to help residents make those decisions.

On March 18 SPASD School Board candidates Stephen Elmer, Lisa Goldsberry, Latoya Holiday, Diana McFarland, and Steve Schroeder will record a “Talk of the Town” forum taped at Sun Prairie City Hall Council Chambers. The five candidates are vying for three available seats. The taping is scheduled to start at 3:30 PM and is open to the public.

This follows candidate programming already recorded: On Sunday, March 6, the Sun Prairie Action Resource Coalition sponsored a candidate forum at the Sun Prairie East High School’s Performing Arts Center that included candidates for SPASD School Board, City of Sun Prairie city council, and the Dane County Board.

Also District 4 challengers Russ Wied and David Virgell recorded a forum at the Sun Prairie Media Center earlier in March. Wied and Virgell are vying for the seat left open by departing City Council Alder Mary Polenske.

Also Dane County Board candidate Brenda Yang, who is running unopposed for the District 19 board seat, conducted an interview at the SPMC.

All candidate programming is being broadcast on KSUN and is available for on-demand viewing through the SPMC’s Sun Prairie Media Center app, on sunprairiemediacenter.com/ksun, and through the Media Center’s Roku and Apple TV channels. For times when all candidate programming will be seen on KSUN, please check the schedule at sunprairiemediacenter.com/ksun-schedule/.

In addition, there are several interviews with candidates that have been conducted for 103.5 FM The Sun Community Radio with hosts Bill Baker and Andy Schoenherr. For times when those interviews will run, please check sunprairiemediacenter.com/103-5-the-sun-schedule.

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