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6 candidates to gather for 2nd New Bern mayoral forum

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NEW BERN, N.C. -

New Bern voters will get a second chance to hear from the candidates for mayor Thursday night.

The six hopefuls will have the opportunity to  answer a series of questions at the second mayoral forum.

The candidates include Sabrina Bengel, Denny Bucher, Dana Outlaw, Barbara Lee, Edwin Vargas and Tharesa Lee.

Tom Braaten, Director of Coastal Carolina Regional Airport will moderate the forum.

The debate will take place at The Flame Catering and Banquet Hall in New Bern. Doors open at 6 for a meet and greet and the debate starts at 6:30.

The last day to register to vote is Friday, September 13.

The New Bern mayoral election is October 8.

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