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It’s the most important Big Island Election in eight years. Nā Leo TV presents the “2016 Candidates Forum,” a question and answer program that will help you know where the candidates stand on important issues affecting our Big Island. Our Mayoral Candidates Forum will air on Thursday, June 30th at 5:00 p.m. on Channel 55 and on our livestream at www.naleo.tv. Additional air dates will be posted. See It, Hear It, and Be Informed this election season!

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