District 7 Congressional Race Candidates Gear up for Thursday’s Debate
October 29, 2012
Updated Oct 29, 2012 at 12:52 PM CDT
In Wisconsin the District Seven Congressional Race has become the most expensive Congressional race in the state’s history with spending topping seven million dollars.
Incumbent, Freshman Republican, Sean Duffy, is facing a Challenge from Democrat Pat Kreitlow, a former TV anchor and one term state senator.
The two are set to square off in a debate in Superior hosted by Wisconsin Public Radio on November 1st.
Sunday’s edition of Northland voices with Barbara Reyelts gave viewers insight as to how the two candidates differ on a wide range of issues….most notably where each of them stands on taxes.
Read more at Northlands News Center.
Candidates for Congress debate Nov. 1st
Republican incumbent Sean Duffy and Democratic challenger Pat Kreitlow will debate
November 1st on the UWS campus. Local reporters Mike Simonson of Wisconsin Public
Radio, Shelley Nelson of The Superior Telegram, and Danielle Kaeding of WRNC at Northland College will question the two candidates. Former Twin Ports broadcaster Pat Kelly will moderate the hour-long debate which is open to the public, November 1st at the Yellow
Jacket Student Union at 7pm. Seating is limited. The 7th District congressional race is
viewed by many as a key race that may affect the balance of power in Washington.
From KUWS. FM