David Sharpe, a candidate for the Glynn County Board of Education’s District 2 seat, will host a town hall forum from 6-7:30 p.m., July 11, at the Sea Palms Conference Center.

The town hall is open to everyone, and Sharpe will be available to hear concerns and to discuss his campaign platform.

Sharpe will face Eaddy Sams for the Republican nomination for the District 2 seat in a run-off race on July 24. Early voting ends July 20.

Democratic candidate Sharon Robinson will face Sharpe or Sams in the election in November.

— The Brunswick News

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