Larry Elder, Roland S. Martin to Square Off In Presidential Debate, Community Forum

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Nationally acclaimed television and talk radio hosts Larry Elder of Fox News and Salem Communications’ “Larry Elder Show,” and Roland S. Martin of TV One’s “News One Now” are prepared to debate in an unprecedented election campaign event: “Inform Your Vote 2016—Presidential Election Debate and Community Forum.” 

 

Inform Your Vote will be moderated by former CNN Contributor and award-winning television journalist Tara Wall. As well, the event will be televised live exclusively by One America News network on October 8, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from The Tabernacle located at 321 N. Eucalyptus Avenue, Inglewood, California. 

 

"It is our responsibility to ensure that our communities are not only registered to vote, but are also provided with credible and current information, says Bishop Kenneth. C. Ulmer, Sr. Pastor, Faithful Central Bible Church. “There are no better political minds in our day to help us fulfill that role than Roland S. Martin and Larry Elder." 

 

Elder and Martin will square off in a first-of-its-kind presidential election debate and community forum to passionately expound upon pressing issues of concern to Americans. Arguably, the 2016 presidential election race for the White House between Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump has been one of the most polarizing elections in modern history. Issues of criminal justice reform, race, national security, jobs, poverty, trustworthiness and the economy remain subjects Americans are deeply interested in, but often do not have the forum to discuss. 

 

"Voters deserve a detailed analysis of where the candidates stand on the issues of the day. I've spent considerable time studying both candidates and look forward to making the case as to who is the best choice to be the 45th president of the United States," commented Roland S. Martin. 

 

His debate counterpart Larry Elder added, “The Left treats blacks like children to whom the truth cannot be told.” 

 

“One America News Network is pleased to sponsor and carry live the Presidential Election Debate and Community Forum featuring two well respected individuals, Larry Elder and Roland S. Martin. This is an important election and healthy debate and discussion will help decide which candidate is most beneficial for all,” commented Robert Herring, Sr., CEO of One America News Network. 

 

Admission is free to the public on a first come, first serve basis. Seating capacity is 2,500. Special guests and campaign surrogates have been invited. This will be an unforgettable opportunity to be educated on politics and policy from both sides of the aisle. Please register your attendance at www.informyourvote.org. 

 

About One America News Network 

One America News Network (OAN) is owned by Herring Networks, Inc. and is headquartered in San Diego, California, with a news bureau in Washington, D.C. OAN is a credible source of national and international news 24/7. OAN features news programming and political talk shows, along with network special documentary-style reports. OAN is carried on Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-verse, along with a number of regional cable providers, including CenturyLink, Consolidated Communications, and GCI into 15 million homes. 

 

About Champions for Progress, Inc. 

Champions for Progress, Inc. (CFP), event producer, is the affiliate community development corporation of Faithful Central Bible Church, Inc. headquartered in Inglewood, California. Faithful Central Bible Church has been a catalyst for economic development in Inglewood, America’s fastest growing city, with its sale of the Forum to Madison Square Garden in 2012 and its community partnership with the Hollywood Park Land Company—the developer of the Rams stadium and its 300-acre development.

 

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