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Kelowna mayoral debate: Voters' views

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Audience at CBC/Kelowna Capital News mayoral election forum on Nov. 2, 2011 (David French/CBC)
Kelowna's mayoral candidates put their best foot forward last night in trying to win voter support.
Voters packed a local theatre for a CBC/Kelowna Capital News mayoral forum to hear candidates on everything from culture and transportation to policing and affordable housing.

But what did people think about what they heard last night? Are their minds made up on who they will vote for ?

Daybreak's David French spoke with several people after last night's forum, including resident Barb Marler about key issues facing the city and what they want to hear from mayoral candidates.

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