GOP Senate candidates to debate UPDATE «
GOP Senate candidates to debate UPDATE

Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate have been invited to a debate Tuesday night at UALR’s William H. Bowen School of Law, and most have said they will attend, according to the state Republican Party.

The debate starts at 6:30 p.m. and is sponsored by the Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans. KATV anchor Scott Inman is scheduled to moderate, and KATV plans live streaming of the debate on its Web site.

Questions for the candidates can be posted on the Young Republicans’ Facebook page, sent to their Twitter account or e-mailed to:

UPDATE: KATV reports today that it will not stream the debate live, though it plans to have a video of the debate on its Web site sometime tonight or early tomorrow. Also, the station says U.S. Rep. John Boozman will not be participating, but Sarah Huckabee, his campaign manager, will stand in for him. The other seven GOP candidates have said they will take part.


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  1. CMLLC
    59 mos ago

    Curtis Coleman definately made a good choice to enter the US Senate race for Arkansas. He was the only candidate at the GOP Debate last night that understood the question and understood that the people of Arkansas need new leaders. Most of the candidates appeared to be business as ususal. Arkansas and this Country are tired of the incumbents. We need change and we need a leader like Curtis Coleman. I’m impressed.