Nov 28, 2015 10:43 AM

Tech Town Hall to feature candidates in Iowa, New Hampshire

The Associated Press

MANCHESTER — While they're used to facing Iowa and New Hampshire voters separately, presidential candidates will be questioned by both groups at the same time.

The N.H. High Tech Council is hosting the New Hampshire-Iowa Presidential Tech Town Hall on Dec. 7. Candidates will be simulcast between the two states through a live video feed and panelists from both locations will ask questions.

The goal is to get candidates to share their views on issues such as technology innovation, STEM education, broadband access, digital privacy and the tech economy.

The council connects and supports New Hampshire's high tech companies through education, research, innovation and economic development.

The event is free but attendees need to register in advance.

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