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First selectman candidates face off at debate: watch recording here

KENT – The three candidates vying for a seat as Kent First Selectman participated in a moderated debate at town hall on the evening of Oct. 13. Rufus deRham, an incumbent unaffiliated selectman, Martin Lindenmayer, who is unaffiliated, and Democratic candidate Lynn Mellis Worthington, answered nine questions from moderator Steve Pener in the ninety minute debate.

The debate was organized and sponsored by Kent News, Inc., publishers of The Kent Good Times Dispatch. In-person attendees included seventy registered Kent voters; ninety unique viewers attended via Zoom during the debate. You can watch the Zoom recording here.

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  1. Charles Goldberg

    October 17, 2023 at 8:46 am

    Brava, Andrea!

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