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Wednesday, June 7, 2006

Dem. a.g. candidates to debate

Posted By on Wed, Jun 7, 2006 at 4:59 PM

Democratic attorney general candidates Dustin McDaniel and Paul Suskie have agreed to a live radio debate on the Arkansas Priority Radio Network on Monday, June 12 at 9 a.m. on the Pat Lynch Show. Lynch will moderate.

The Arkansas Priority Radio Network is a new subsidiary of the Gordon Media Group, LLC and includes WAI-Radio.Com, KSMD 99.1 FM/KWCK 1300 AM (Searcy/Batesville), KFPW 94.5 FM (Fort Smith/Van Buren), KURM 790 AM/100.3 FM (Northwest Arkansas), KAPZ 710 AM (Bald Knob), KAWW 1370 AM (Heber Springs) and KNBY 1280 AM (Newport).

McDaniel and Suskie are competing for the Democratic nomination for attorney general, which will be decided in a June 13 runoff election.

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