There is an upcoming Candidate forum, hosted by the NAACP, on October 16, 2018, at 6:00 P.M., in Adrian. Walberg has agreed to attend. Here is the link to more information: http://www.lenconnect.com/news/20180923/naacp-midterm-election-forum-set-for-oct-16-in-adrian
I attended the Candidate Forum at Monroe County Community College on September 11, 2018. It was two hours long. There were eight candidates. They were each allowed one minute to respond to questions, and frequently went over that time. My immediate impression at the end of the evening was that it felt rushed, and lacked substance. However, I am still grateful that the event was held, and it was certainly better than nothing.
Here is a link to the FULL VIDEO from that event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZyoCHefkfk
I don't know why it would be difficult to have more events where candidates can really dig in on a granular level, and the crowd can be more interactive. Seriously, Walberg is running again for a very powerful office, and has not held a coffee hour in five months (May 7, 2018 - in Saline). Is this how it is going to be?
Back to the Monroe event, there was only time for 11 questions total [Or technically 12: one was to state candidates only, and one to federal candidates only]. Only three of the questions were selected from written submissions from the crowd that night.
For this website, I am only interested in Walberg's responses from the event. These are my very rough notes and time stamps from the above video: