Voters are invited to submit questions for the Indiana Debate Commission’s April 23 debate among the six candidates for the Republican gubernatorial nomination.

The debate is scheduled for 7-8:30 p.m. EDT. The candidates are U.S. Sen. Mike Braun; Brad Chambers, former president of the Indiana Economic Development Corp. under Gov. Eric Holcomb; Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch; Eric Doden, former president of the Indiana Economic Development Corp. under Gov. Mike Pence; former Attorney General Curtis Hill; and Jamie Reitenour.

Anyone may submit questions for the debate. Some questioners will be asked to pose their question on video for presentation at the debate, which will be moderated by Jon Schwantes, a public affairs television host and news analyst at WFYI Public Media.

To submit a question for consideration, click “Ask Your Question” on the top menu of the commission website. Questions will be reviewed and selected solely by the commission and the moderator.

The debate will be broadcast live from Hine Hall Auditorium on the IUPUI campus. The commission will provide a live broadcast feed and web stream to news media outlets across Indiana for viewers statewide.

Hoosiers will be able to view the debates locally, via live stream on the Indiana Debate Commission website and the commission’s YouTube channel.

Full media specifications for the live broadcast and stream will be distributed closer to the debate date.

The Indiana Debate Commission is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that organizes nonpartisan, citizen-focused political debates as a service to the public. Since 2007, the commission has produced 24 statewide debates in U.S. Senate and gubernatorial elections.