|Indiana Debate Commission completes fall debate schedule|
|Written by Submitted|
|Tuesday, September 11, 2012 3:07 PM|
Hoosier voters can now submit questions to the Indiana Debate
Commission for consideration to be asked of candidates in the governor’s
race and U.S. Senate race. As many as 2,500 free seats will be
available at venues across the state of Indiana that have agreed to
donate their facilities.
Indiana voters are invited to submit questions on the commission’s website with links to both races from the home page.
the governor’s race, go to
For the U.S. Senate race, go to
are vetted by members of the commission and those who submit may be
invited to ask their questions of the candidates in person.
dates, times and locations for the gubernatorial debates with
Republican Mike Pence, Libertarian Rupert Boneham and Democrat John
dates, times and locations for the U.S. Senate debates with Republican
Richard Mourdock, Libertarian Andrew Horning and Democrat Joe Donnelly
The non-profit commission is the only independent group in the
state of Indiana that provides free broadcast satellite feeds for those
interested in sharing debates either live or delayed to communities
The commission also provides a live stream on its
site for debate events and archives all of the taped debates on its
website for later viewing.
Ticket availability, moderators and
formats will be announced at a later time. Details for tickets will also
be posted on the commission’s website and Facebook.
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