The Indiana Debate Commission is planning up to five political debates this year with an emphasis on U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races. Read More
The Indiana Debate Commission wishes to thank the following individuals and organizations for their service in the production and widespread distribution of the fall 2010 debates televised from venues in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Vincennes.
The Indiana Debate Commission is offering 650 free tickets to the public for the last of its three U.S. Senate debates, which is scheduled at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center at Vincennes University on Monday, October 25.
The Indiana Debate Commission is offering 891 free tickets for the second of its three U.S. Senate debates, which is scheduled at the Rhinehart Music Center at the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne campus on Friday, October 22.
The Indiana Debate Commission is making free tickets available to the public today for the final gubernatorial debate in Bloomington through Ticketmaster for individuals and through advance reservations for school groups contacting the Indiana University Auditorium.
The Indiana Debate Commission is offering 262 free tickets for the first of its three U.S. Senate debates, which is scheduled at the downtown campus of IUPUI on Monday, October 11.
The U.S. Senate candidates have agreed to participate in three televised debates in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Vincennes, which will be broadcast live through the Indiana Debate Commission’s television partners.
A coalition of media and citizen groups announced the formation today of the Indiana Debate Commission, a non-partisan group dedicated to sponsoring and producing political debates that are open, unbiased and transparent for Hoosier voters.