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Sunday, June 11, 2006

Debate tonight

Posted By on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 at 6:41 AM

Roby Brock reminds us of details of the taped debate he moderated between Democratic a.g. candidates Dustin McDaniel and Paul Suskie. First opportunity to watch is tonight, but you can already see some clips on Roby's website.

The show airs as follows:

Central Arkansas - Sunday night on Fox 16 at 10 pm
Northwest Arkansas - Sunday night on UPN Arkansas at 10 pm
Northeast Arkansas - Monday night on Channel 22 at 6 pm and 10 pm.

In our interviews, both men discussed a wide range of policy issues including Lake View, Big Oil, utility regulation, the death penalty, and abortion. I explore their personalities as well: what makes them tick, what they would like to change, favorite sports teams, and their families.

As a programming teaser, you’ll be surprised by some of the answers and I promise you’ll see a side of both men that you haven’t seen on the campaign trail. Both Suskie and McDaniel open up about some deeply personal experiences that have changed their lives.

 

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