Crime and business were just two of the hot topics debated Wednesday night for a heated mayoral race in the east.
Platforms of two candidates running to become the next Mayor of Greenville were on display at City Hall.
Crime in Greenville was one of the hottest issues debated between current Mayor, Pat Dunn and newcomer Minnie Johnson-Anderson.
The two candidates went toe-to-toe Wednesday night during an open forum to discuss issues asked by audience members.
Both Dunn and Johnson-Anderson had only 60 minutes to persuade voters why they should spend the next few years as the top leader in the Emerald City.
Therese Lawler says she is fortunate to have an opportunity to hear what the candidates represent.
Citizens of Greenville have until next Friday, October 9th to register to vote.
The municipal elections will be held on November 3rd.
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