Madison Mayoral Debate in person: What you need to know about tonight’s debate

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Left to right: Paul Finley, Hanu Karlapalem and Troy Trulock
Left to right: Paul Finley, Hanu Karlapalem and Troy Trulock

MADISON, Ala. – Madison residents will go to the polls next Tuesday for what may be the most highly-publicized mayoral election in the city’s history.

WHNT News 19 and the Madison City Schools PTA want you to be informed voters.

Tonight, the three candidates will face off in an hour-long debate in the auditorium at James Clemens High School. We hope you will help us fill the seats!

James Clemens debate setup

“I hope we have a good turnout. I hope we have a lot of people from Madison city there,” said Chris Cornelius, Madison City PTA President. “I hope they come out and really get what they’re looking for from the candidates.”

The three candidates running for mayor: current Mayor Troy Trulock, former Mayor Paul Finley and businessman Hanu Karlapalem.  Read our Q&A with the candidates.

The debate is set to begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. The doors open at 6:00. Please make sure you’re there before it starts.

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