The forum will focus on a curated list of questions related to children with disabilities and special education compiled from community members’ input.
"The CASE community has expressed to us that other candidate events have not addressed special education and that there are limits to what can be gleaned from a written statement," says Evanston CASE Executive Director Kate Noble.
Since 2008, Evanston CASE's mission has been to provide Community, Advocacy, Support, and Education services to improve the lives of Evanston families affected by disability.
"We are aware that early voting has begun and that this forum is a week before Election Day, yet we feel compelled to do our best to give our community a chance to be heard through questions related specifically to their concerns."
Register here to join the Zoom forum (Note: Due to Zoom limitations, only 100 viewers can register).
Alternative: Watch on Facebook Live on the Evanston CASE page on Tuesday, March 30, at 7 p.m.
Submit a question to be asked at the forum via anonymous form by Monday, March 29 at noon.
Evanston CASE is a nonprofit organization and does not endorse candidates.