Indiana U.S. Senate candidates to debate on television

The Democratic, Republican and Libertarian candidates for U.S. senator in Indiana have agreed to meet Oct. 18 in a televised debate organized by the Indiana Debate Commission. The debate among Democrat Evan Bayh, Republican Todd Young and Libertarian Lucy Brenton will...

Dates set for 3 Indiana gubernatorial debates

INDIANAPOLIS – The Democratic, Republican and Libertarian candidates for governor of Indiana have agreed to debate three times in televised debates organized by the Indiana Debate Commission. Participating will be Democrat John Gregg, Republican Eric Holcomb and...

Planning underway for three gubernatorial debates

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. In keeping with the IDC’s...

U.S. Senate candidates agree to televised debate April 18

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 one-hour debate will be broadcast from a studio at...

The Indiana Debate Commission Thanks Scores of Volunteers

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. Listings are by city locations...