Congressmen Howard Berman and Brad Sherman, both vying for the seat in the newly-formed 30th Congressional District, will hold a debate at Wednesday's Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association meeting.
The meeting will kick off at 7:15 p.m. at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame High School, and the SOHA expects a large turnout, advising residents to arrive early.
Berman and Sherman, both Democratic incumbents in the San Fernando Valley, Berman for Van Nuys and Sherman for Sherman Oaks, have been involved in one of the nation's most high profile Congressional races since the new 30th Congressional district was formed, which includes both Van Nuys and Sherman Oaks.
After the June 5 primary election, both Berman and Sherman transitioned into a runoff due to the new "top two" election system. The two will now campaign up until the November 6 general election.
Sherman won 42.4% of the June primary vote, and Berman won 32.5% of the vote.