The Indiana Debate Commission has selected two Hoosier academics as moderators of its upcoming gubernatorial debates scheduled in October.
The Indiana Debate Commission, the first independent debate commission of its kind in the United States, is now accepting questions from Hoosier voters who want to pose questions to Indiana’s three gubernatorial candidates who are on the Nov. 3 ballot.
The Indiana Debate Commission will host two debates in this fall’s general election for the governor’s office. The debates, to be held October 20 and October 27, will include all three candidates on the ballot, incumbent Gov. Eric Holcomb and challengers Woodrow Myers (D) and Donald Rainwater (L).