If you missed the Plainfield League of Women Voters' presentation last night on how to judge a political candidate, here is a link;
How To Judge A Political Candidate
The evening also included presentations by city officials on their various responsibilities and tables staffed by local organizations.
The LWV information may help voters sort out their impressions of presidential candidates. There will also be candidates for Congress, the Union County Freeholder Board and the Citywide at-large and Third Ward seats on the City Council.
Plainfield LWV member Joylette Mills-Ransome gave the presentation last night on how to judge candidates. If you want to get involved in the Plainfield LWV, the group meets on the first Wednesday of each month in one of the Plainfield Public Library's meeting rooms on the lower level. To see more about the local chapter, visit the Plainfield LWV web site.