Beacon Journal staff
FAIRLAWN: Voters from the 16th Congressional District will come together this weekend to decide the three key economic issues they think candidates should focus on for the November election.
The jurors, a demographically representative group, will meet today through Sunday at the Radisson Akron/Fairlawn and will issue a report at the end announcing the issues they've chosen.
Anyone interested in following the process can watch it streamed live at www.ustream.tv/channel/reclaimnovember and look for updates on Jefferson Action's website, www.promotinghealthydemocracy.org.
The group's Twitter handles for the event will be @reclaimnovember, @rclmnovpolicy and @jeffersonaction.
Jurors will convene two more times before the Nov. 6 election to judge how well U.S. Reps. Jim Renacci, R-Wadsworth, and Betty Sutton, D-Copley Township, who are vying for the 16th District seat, have responded to the issues the jurors identified.