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District 2 Inyo County Supervisor’s Candidate Forum


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The March primary election is drawing closer, and with ballots being mailed out in early February, voters will very soon choose who will hold several important local offices.

In response, INYO350 is sponsoring a free public Candidate Forum for the District 2 Inyo County Supervisor’s race. This public forum will be held on Thursday, January 25 at 6:00 PM in the Fellowship Center building at the Bishop United Methodist Church. Candidates Laura Smith and Jeff Griffiths will both be present and speaking at the event. Kristina Blum Justice will be the moderator for the evening. District 2 includes the City of Bishop.

INYO350 is hosting this forum to help voters learn more about the two candidates, their hopes and goals for our county, and their positions on important issues affecting our local communities.

“Our Inyo County Supervisors regularly make important decisions affecting our local environment, economy, and our public safety and health,” notes Harold McDonald, INYO350 Chair. “Voters need to know where the candidates stand on important issues.”

For this forum, each candidate for this important local office has been provided advance questions that they will answer during the first half of the program. After a brief intermission, the candidates will respond to questions generated by the audience. Light refreshments will be served. The Bishop United Methodist Church is located at 205 N Fowler Street in Bishop.

Key Details:  Inyo County District 2 Candidate Forum. Thursday, January 25 at 6:00 PM. Two candidates, Laura Smith and Jeff Griffiths, are running for the District 2 Supervisor’s seat. District 2 includes the City of Bishop. Each candidate will give brief opening remarks and respond to questions from attendees related to current issues and the future of Inyo County. All are encouraged to attend this free public event. Free refreshments will be served. Location: Bishop United Methodist Church, 205 N Fowler Street, in the Fellowship Center community room.

INYO350 is a group of local volunteers dedicated to informing and mobilizing our community on environmental and social justice issues. We aim to implement local change to reduce our carbon footprint as individuals and as a community, and to create a better place to live through our own direct actions and by partnering with others. For more information about INYO350 go to and follow us on Facebook or Instagram.  

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