The Indiana Debate Commission today announced a signed agreement with campaign officials representing the candidates for U.S. Senate confirming two fall debates. Candidates include Republican Richard Mourdock, Democrat Joe Donnelly and Libertarian Andrew Horning.
Voters can submit questions for candidates in the Senate race as well as the race for Indiana governor online through the Indiana Debate Commission’s website at Questions can be submitted by voters through October 20 in both races. For a list of all the schedules debates, venues and times, visit the commission’s website. Ticket details for venues with free seats available for the public will be announced closer to the date of each scheduled debate. Watch for local media postings and updates on the commission’s website and via Facebook


Date: Monday, October 15
Broadcast Time: 7 p.m. EDT
City: Indianapolis
Venue: WFYI-TV (in studio/no live audience)

Moderator: Mizell Stewart III, E.W. Scripps Co.’s chief content officer/newspaper division

Date: Tuesday, October 23
Broadcast Time: 7 p.m. EDT
City: New Albany
Venue: Paul W. Ogle Cultural & Community Center, Indiana University Southeast (live audience – seating up to 500)

Moderator: Ericka Flye, WRTV anchor and host of “Indianapolis This Week”

About the Indiana Debate Commission (IDC): The Indiana Debate Commission is a non-partisan, statewide group representing 13 citizen and media affiliates dedicated to promoting debates at the state level. The volunteer commission, which incorporated in 2007 and is organized as a 501c3, works with candidates, venues and citizen groups to promote open, unbiased and transparent debates for Hoosier voters.  For more information, visit the website or Facebook.