Aspen Squirm Night with Clapper, Ittner is Tuesday night
The Aspen Times, Aspen Daily News and the GrassRoots Network present Squirm Night tonight, where the candidates running for the Pitkin County Commissioner District 1 seat, incumbent Rob Ittner and challenger Patti Clapper, will answer tough questions about their positions and records.
Clapper held the seat for three terms but was term-limited in 2010, when Ittner beat opponent Jack Johnson for the seat. Squirm Night will be moderated by The Aspen Times Editor Lauren Glendenning and Aspen Daily News Editor Carolyn Sackariason. Send your question suggestions to Lauren@aspentimes.com before 4 p.m. today and watch or attend the event to see if your question gets asked. Squirm Night will be held at the GrassRoots studio, 110 E. Hallam St., Suite 132, or you can watch it live on GrassRoots TV or stream it at http://www.grassrootstv.org/live-stream.
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