High River voters will have their chance to hear from the candidates in this month's elections starting Wednesday.
The High River Chamber of Commerce will hold the Mayor's forum Tuesday from 7 to 8:30pm.
The Council forum will go Thursday night from 6:30 to 9:30pm.
Lynette McCracken with the Chamber says they'll have to do a bit of juggling to make sure all 24 council candidates get equal time answering questions.
"What we're going to do is group them in groups of three's and two's so everyone gets a fair shake at answering some these questions. We know that with this many candidates running that it's going to be difficult to have all of them heard. And I do believe there's other plans being made to have a "round table" type of forum to be set up for them after this forum."
McCracken says with 24 people running for council, and with only three hours of debate time, they won't be allowing questions from the floor.
"We will provide you with pen and paper and we will only be accepting written questions at this point in time, because there won't be enough time to have verbal questions from the floor."
Both forums will be held at the Highwood Memorial Centre.
Below is the entire slate of candidates running in High River:
Emile Blokland - (Incumbent-Mayor)
Betty Hiebert (Incumbent)
Ronald J. Lindholm
Don Moore (Incumbent)