This time it was no questions asked during a political forum in Greece.
It was a point of contention for some at the Holy Name Parish Center Sunday night.
A number of candidates had a total of three minutes to speak. For the first time the two men in the race for Town Supervisor squarred off.
Assemblyman Bill Reilich is running on the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines.
"We certainly know the importance of stable taxes and the importance of business growth," said Reilich, Town Supervisor Candidate (R).
His opponent Dick Beebe is running on the Democratic and Working Families lines.
"I'm proposing to get back to the basics here, the way municipal government is supposed to run," said Beebe, Town Supervisor Candidate (D).
Current Republican town supervisor John Auberger is not running for re-election after reaching the term limit for the position. Democrats there said the no questions rule was ridiculous.
"That's why we have the Democratic process here in the United States," said Beebe. "It's important for the citizens to meet both candidates."
"I'm certainly not afraid of the issues the other party may present," said Reilich. "Again if someone has a question or concern, I have no problems."
Both candidates did stay after the forum to answer the questions voters couldn't ask before.