Public forum for Washington City candidates at Staheli Family Farm

WASHINGTON – A public forum for the Washington City Council and mayoral candidates will be held at the Staheli Family Farm Monday at 6 p.m. Voters will have the opportunity to meet the candidates and ask them about the issues facing the city. Perspectives radio show co-host and St. George News columnist Kate Dalley will also be speaking at the forum, which will be hosted by local political blogger and St. George News columnist William Way.

Washington City Mayor candidates include:

  • Ken Neilson, Mayor incumbent
  • Ron Truman, current Washington City Council member
  • Sherrie Lou Reeder

Washington City Council candidates

  • Bill Hudson, incumbent
  • Sara Lang
  • Peato Ena
  • Thad Seegmiller, incumbent
  • Daylene Ure
  • Garth E. Nisson

Event recap:

  • When: 6 p.m., Monday, Aug. 5
  • Where: Staheli Family Farm, 3400 South Washington Fields Road, Washington


  • William Way’s Political Blog: featuring biographies and interviews with area candidates in St. George and Washington City. Ed. Note: William Way is also an opinion columnist with St. George News: “The WAY I see it” publishes weekly.

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  • Dixie Dan August 5, 2013 at 1:34 pm

    Too bad St George candidates won’t have this public forum. It would be interesting to see if the mayor can respond with something other than asking if you’re from Dixie or singing Dixie.

  • Jason August 5, 2013 at 7:00 pm

    If the mayor keeps getting re-elected it is obvious the majority of the city wants the same things. He doesn’t put himself in office. You should try whistling dixie sometime might just help your attitude about life.

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