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Aug. 23

League of Women Voters 4th District Candidates Forum

6:15-7:45 p.m., Govans Library, 5714 Bellona Ave., (410) 377-7738, free.

Get to know the candidates running to represent the City Council's 4th District.

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League of Women Voters 5th District Candidates Forum

6:30-8:30 p.m., St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 4403 Pimlico Road, (410) 377-7738, free.

Get to know the candidates running to represent the City Council's 5th District.

League of Women Voters 13th District Candidates Forum

7-8:30 p.m., Catholic High School, 2800 Edison Highway, (410) 377-7738, free.

Get to know the candidates running to represent the City Council's 13th District.

Aug. 27

WBAL-TV Mayoral Debate

7 p.m., WBAL-TV Channel 11, free.

All eight mayoral candidates are confirmed to participate in this debate, televised live and commercial-free on channel 11. The debate is sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Baltimore City League of Women Voters, and will be simulcast on Maryland Public Television and WBAL (1090 AM).

Aug. 28

League of Women Voters Mayoral Forum

7 p.m., Enoch Pratt Free Library, Third Floor, Wheeler Auditorium, 400 Cathedral St., (410) 377-7738, free.

The Baltimore City League of Women Voters holds its forum at which participants can learn more about the candidates for city mayor. The event is moderated by WYPR-FM's Marc Steiner.

Aug. 29

League of Women Voters 7th District Candidates Forum

7-9 p.m., Bon Secours Urban Medical Institute, 2600 Liberty Heights Ave., (410) 377-7738, free.

Get to know the candidates running to represent the City Council's 7th District.

League of Women Voters 12th District Candidates Forum

7-9 p.m., St. Francis Academy, Multipurpose Room, 501 E. Chase St., (410) 377-7738, free.

Get to know the candidates running to represent the City Council's 12th District.

Equality Maryland Baltimore Mayor and City Council President Forum

6:30-8:30 p.m., 7-9 W. Mulberry St., (301) 587-7500, free.

Equality Maryland, Baltimore Black Gay Pride, the GLCCB, the Portal, Chase Brexton Health Services, and the National Black Justice Coalition are putting on this forum at which the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender communities and their allies can learn more about how the candidates for mayor and City Council president stack up when it comes to issues important to LGBT citizens.

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