TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - The public was given a chance to speak with the mayoral candidates Monday evening in Toledo.
Current mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson and Wade Kapszukiewicz will answer questions from the public and a panel.
The meeting took place at the First Unitarian Church of Toledo on Glendale Avenue at 7 p.m.
Questions about the water, crime, the south Toledo development and other various questions were asked by the audience and the group of panelists.
The event was sponsored by the University of Toledo's Political Science Students Association.
Kapszukiewicz's campaign focuses on investing in Toledo, creating safe neighborhoods, road repairs, clean and affordable water along with a balanced city budget.
Current Mayor Hicks-Hudson's slogan is "Toledo is working," and what the city has accomplished under her leadership is just beginning,
Both candidates are democrats however, Mayor Hicks-Hudson picked up the endorsement from the party while Kapszukiewicz is endorsed by the Firefighter's Unions.
WTOL 11's Blair Caldwell will have a complete update on the event on WTOL 11 News at 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.