Is this town hall associated with, or sponsored by, any of the candidates currently running for office in Durham?

These events are not associated with, nor sponsored by, any candidates running for office nor their election campaigns. In fact, the bylaws for the Task Force requires that members be non-political when working with the Task Force. City of Durham staff have the same requirement, and will not speak or act on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate. 

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1. What is the purpose of the Task Force and the Round Table? Who are the Task Force members?
2. What is the difference between the Community Safety and Wellness Task Force and the City’s Community Safety Department?
3. How will the information provided during this event be used moving forward? Who will have access to the information?
4. Where will this town hall be hosted?
5. Why is there a stipend and who is eligible to receive it?
6. Why are other cities from across the country invited to this town hall?
7. Is this town hall associated with, or sponsored by, any of the candidates currently running for office in Durham?
8. Outside of the town hall, how can I stay involved in this work?