The three major candidates for governor of Indiana have expressed their interest in participating in three debates the Indiana Debate Commission is organizing. The first is scheduled for Sept. 27 at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis.
The Indiana Debate Commission will conduct a televised Republican primary debate between U.S. Senate candidates Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young on April 18. An agreement with the candidates was reached Friday.
The Indiana Debate Commission is gearing up for televised political debates for U.S. Senate and governor next year, continuing its work as one of the nation’s only nonpartisan debate groups composed of citizen groups and news media.
The Indiana Debate Commission wishes to thank the following individuals and organizations. Without their continuing support, the commission’s work to provide extensive coverage of debates with statewide candidates would not be possible.
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.
Hoosier voters can now submit questions to the Indiana Debate Commission for consideration to be asked of candidates in the governor’s race and U.S. Senate race. As many as 2,500 free seats will be available at venues across the state of Indiana that have agreed to donate their facilities. Read More
Indiana’s three gubernatorial candidates have committed to three televised debates this fall through the Indiana Debate Commission. Candidates include Democrat John Gregg, Republican Mike Pence and Libertarian Rupert Boneham.
The Indiana Debate Commission wishes to thank the following for support and services provided for the April 11, 2012, U.S. Senate Primary Debate in Indianapolis.