Monday, October 23, 2006


The two major party candidates for the U.S. Senate, Democratic incumbant Bill Nelson and Republican challenger Congresswoman Katherine Harris, will meet in their only televised debate this evening at 8:00. The event will be aired on many of Florida's public broadcasting stations. In the Tampa Bay area, you will have several chances to view the event if you can't tonight. The debate will be broadcast live on WEDU-TV 3, as well as:

Wednesday afternoon at 1:00
Thursday night at 11:00
and Sunday evening at 7:00

Tomorrow evening, the major party gubernatorial candidates, Republican Attorney General Charlie Crist and Democratic Congressman Jim Davis, will meet for a live debate, also to be aired on WEDU and other public television stations throughout Florida. If you miss the live debate in the local area, you can also see the debate:

Wednesday afternoon at 2:00
Friday night at 11:00
and Sunday evening at 6:00

Both of these debates will be held at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, and will be moderated by Ray Suarez, a correspondent for The News Hour with Jim Lehrer.

The gubernatorial candidates will meet again at 7:00 PM November 1 at the University of Central Florida in Orlando for a debate to be televised on Florida's NBC affiliates. That debate will be moderated by Tim Russert of the network's Sunday chat show Meet the Press.


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