(Pahrump, NV) – The Nye County Republican Central Committee (NCRCC), in agreement with the Pahrump Valley Times newspaper, has agreed to jointly hold a Virtual GOP Candidates Town Hall Debate.
Nye Republican Party Chairman Joe Burdzinski will be the host and Robin Hebrock will be the moderator asking the questions. Robin will prepare all the questions. There will be a chance for people watching the event to submit their questions in writing only to Robin.
In fairness to all the candidates I will not know any of the questions before they are asked.
The NCRCC Virtual GOP Townhall Debate will be held in a formal debate style.
Members of the NCRCC may watch using Zoom Video Conferencing software, it will also be available on Facebook live on the Pahrump Valley Times Newspaper Facebook page…
Cursing is strictly prohibited. Any candidate cursing during the debate will be barred from participating in the remainder of the event.
Time limits will be imposed, with a moderator to ensure all candidates adhere to these limits. Any candidate that refuses to cease speaking when directed to by the moderator will be given a warning. Recurring refusals will result in the candidate being asked to leave.
Each candidate will be given one Minute for an opening statement.
Questions will be given to the entire panel of candidates.
The order in which candidates are to answer will be randomly determined for each new question with the use of playing cards marked with each candidates’ name.
Each candidate will have 1 and 1/2 minutes to respond to each question.
Once all candidates have answered a question, rebuttal/follow-up will be allowed. Candidates will only have 30 seconds to rebut/follow-up on a question.
Candidates are prohibited from arguing with one another or interrupting another candidate while they are speaking. An initial warning will be given and a second infraction will result in the candidate (s) being barred from the remainder of the event.
If time allows, questions submitted in writing from the audience will be asked.
In order to ensure no unprofessional language/remarks are directed at the candidates, all questions from the audience will be posed by Robin Hebrock.
Questions can be directed to an individual candidate or to the entire panel. The same time limits apply when responding to any audience questions.
Closing statements of one Minute each will be taken at the end of the debate.
- Nevada Assembly District 36 candidates will debate at 4 pm on Friday, May 22 at 4 p.m.
- Congressional Candidates will debate Friday, May 22 at 5:30 p.m.
- Nye County Commission District 1 will debate Saturday, May 23 at 4 p.m.
- Nye County Commission District 2 will debate Saturday, May 23 at 5:30 p.m.
- Nye County Commission District 3 will debate Saturday, May 23 at 6:30 pm