A community forum on March 18 will hear from all four state election candidates vying for the seat of Port Macquarie.
The Residents Action Network will stage its meet the candidates community forum at Port City Bowling Club from 5.30pm to 7.30pm on March 18.
All four candidates contesting the seat of Port Macquarie have confirmed their attendance.
They are Peter Alley (Country Labor), Leslie Williams (The Nationals), Drusi Megget (The Greens) and Jan Burgess (Sustainable Australia).
Each candidate will be given five minutes to speak after which the forum will move to questions from the floor.
It is expected a range of questions will be raised.
RAN treasurer Chris McLoughlin said the meet the candidates community forum was a chance for the community to hear from the four candidates and ask questions.
"We are trying to encourage as many of the local community as possible to turn up with their questions," she said.
"There are only four candidates and we have them there."
Entry to the event is free.
The state election is on March 23.
Mrs Williams has held the seat of Port Macquarie since 2011.
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