Wednesday’s a chance to meet the Mitchell and Berowra federal election candidates.
Mitchell’s Liberal, Labor and Greens candidates — Alex Hawke, Andrew Punch and Michael Bellstedt — will speak on poverty at The Hills Justice Project’s electoral forum in Castle Hill, 7.30pm to 9pm.
There will be a light supper and guests from the non-profit sector will also speak.
‘‘We ran a debate before the 2010 election and about 150 people attended,’’ co-convenor and moderator Josh Dowdton, of Baulkham Hills, said.
‘‘We’re hoping to get between 250 and 400 people to this one.’’
Also on Wednesday, The Dural and Round Corner Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Meet the Candidates with the Berowra contenders, 6pm to 8pm at The Hills Grammar School, 43 Kenthurst Road, Kenthurst.
Philip Ruddock (sitting Liberal MP), Michael Stove (Labor), John Storey (The Greens) and Paul Graves (Palmer United Party) will be given five minutes each to put forward their policies, followed by a question and answer session with the audience.
The Hills mayor Michelle Byrne will give a council update on the night.
News presenter Tim Webster will be the master of ceremonies.
Entry: $20 includes drinks and light refreshments.
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