Now about that debate | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Now about that debate

Posted By on Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 4:13 PM

Here's the link to info on the Oct. 4 gubernatorial debate in Fayetteville, which will not be open to the public, only UA students and media. There will be a panel of journalists asking questions, rather than a single moderator, but it's unclear if they'll be posing their own questions or only passing along questions sent in by others. No, Rod and Jim aren't invited.

At this time, 40/29 and its media partners [the Morning News and Magic 107.9 FM] have chosen to only invite the two leading candidates in this race. This decision is based on the latest public-polling data and a careful review of campaign activity from all four candidates on the ballot.

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