The pair seek to replace freshman Rep. Holli Woodings, who is running for secretary of state. The winner of the Rohn-Wintrow race is a lock for the general election, as no Republican or third party candidate have filed.
Both candidates work at Boise State University.
Rohn is a professor who specializes in research in Alzheimer’s disease.
Wintrow operates a residential college program in the Department of Housing and Residential Life.
The forum begins at 7 p.m. Thursday in the gym at Longfellow Elementary School, 1511 N. 9th St. in Boise.
The all-Democratic District 19 delegation from Boise’s North and East Ends is among the most solidly Democratic in Idaho. Three of the 20 Democrats in the 105-member Legislature come from District 19.