City Beat – The Bakersfield Californian
BY THEO DOUGLAS email@example.com
THURSDAY, AUG 25, 201
Your ears weren’t playing tricks on you at Tuesday’s mayoral forum. Mayoral candidate Karen Goh really did make a “Ghostbusters” reference. And mayoral candidate Kyle Carter really did borrow it moments later to get one of the biggest rounds of applause of the night.Read more
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — The two candidates running for Bakersfield mayor faced off at the first mayoral forum held Monday evening at the Kern Agricultural Pavilion. Karen Goh and Kyle Carter are engaged in a run-off race against each other as a result of the primary election held in June which drew as many as 25 candidates.
The Bakersfield Tea Party is hosting a mayoral candidate forum at the end of August and the public is welcomed to attend.
According to the party, Karen Goh and Kyle Carter will be present to discuss their plans and positions if elected mayor along with answer direct questions from the community.
The two leading candidates will be at Rusty’s Pizza at 6675 Ming Ave. starting at 6 p.m on Thursday, August 25.
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“The largest representative of law enforcement in Kern County has endorsed businessman Kyle Carter for Mayor of Bakersfield. The Kern Law Enforcement Association (KLEA) chose the home-builder for his business experience, support for public safety and ability to impact the community’s economy for the better.
The Bakersfield Californian recently began its series of mayoral candidate profiles, and featured Kyle Carter. Click HERE to read it!
Last year the Bakersfield Californian ran an article introducing Kyle’s plan to run for mayor. You can read the article HERE.