Four of the 10 people running for two eight-year terms on the University of Michigan Board of Regents will talk about their views and take audience questions during an upcoming Regent Candidate Forum.
The event, organized by the Faculty Senate, will take place from 10-11:30 a.m. Oct. 9 over the Zoom video conferencing platform Zoom. It is open to the public and can be viewed by going to myumi.ch/0WPE3.
Incumbent Democratic Regent Shauna Ryder Diggs and challengers Republican Carl Meyers, Libertarian Eric Larson and Green Party candidate Michael Mawilai are scheduled to participate in the forum.
Also running in the Nov. 3 election are incumbent Democratic Regent Mark Bernstein and challengers Republican Sarah Hubbard, Libertarian James L. Hudler, U.S. Taxpayers candidates Ronald E. Graeser and Crystal Van Sickle, and Natural Law candidate Keith Butkovich.
Each candidate at the forum will have up to five minutes to make a statement. Faculty Senate Chair Colleen Conway will moderate questions submitted by community members.
For more information about the Regent Candidate Forum, visit facultysenate.umich.edu.