Live chat with City Council candidate McEnerny-Ogle today at noon
Monday, October 24, 2011
Vancouver City Council candidate Anne McEnerny-Ogle will answer questions from Columbian.com readers in a live chat today at noon.
McEnerny-Ogle is a retired math teacher and chairwoman of the Shumway Neighborhood Association. She is running against Bill Turlay, a Navy veteran and small-business owner who claimed the most votes in the three-way primary race with Councilman Pat Campbell. Turlay came in just over 200 votes ahead of McEnerny-Ogle.
Turlay did not respond to The Columbian's invitation to participate in the live chat.
For more background information on the candidates see our recent story: Vancouver council candidates air views.
Visit www.columbian.com/chat to participate in the event. Login with Facebook, Twitter, OpenID or MySpace will be required to leave questions or comments, but anyone can watch the action. If you encounter technical problems, please contact our Web Editor, Libby Tucker, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readers who login can send questions and comments from the chat window. Libby Tucker will moderate the discussion, choosing which questions will go live. She'll post all of the questions that readers submit unless they aren't submitted by a real person with a real name, include swear words or are off topic.