Close to 200 people packed a hot Stittsville United Church sanctuary on Monday night, and peppered Carleton candidates with a wide range of questions from terrorism to income splitting.
The two-hour question-and-answer session was tightly moderated by Louise Beggs, a former Goulbourn city councillor, and included questions from around 20 residents, chosen at random from the crowd. It was standing room only at the church. Even the choir loft was full of spectators.
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