Tuesday, 05 August 2014 13:17
Landrieu to do 4 TV Senate debates, maybe more
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landrieuSenator Mary Landrieu’s campaign today released a list of four debates Senator Landrieu will participate in over the next several months of the campaign.  Her campaign also said it participated in the Louisiana Municipal Association (LMA) Convention this past Saturday.


“We are pleased to accept the invitations from these four debate organizers and look forward to having all candidates in the Senate race participate so we can have an honest discussion about the issues that are important to the people of Louisiana," said Fabien Levy, Communications Director for the Landrieu campaign. “Voters will only learn where the candidates stand on the issues that matter most to them by hearing the whole field of candidates participate.”

Senator Landrieu will participate in the following debates:

Date Sponsor City
October 2, 2014
WDSU TV (New Orleans) and
Multiple Local Organizations
New Orleans, LA

October 27, 2014 WWLTV (New Orleans) New Orleans, LA

October 29, 2014 Raycom Media,
The LSU Manship School of Journalism,
WRKF Radio (Baton Rouge) Baton Rouge, LA
TBD* KNOE-TV (Monroe) and
KALB-TV (Alexandria) Monroe, LA
*Final debate date has not yet been set, but will be held sometime between September 1 and October 31, 2014.

NOTE: This list is not exhaustive and additions or changes may be made before Election Day.

Senator Landrieu, in the campaign press release, said she is now eager to participate in four additional debates and looks forward to participating in more in the months ahead.”

Exact times and locations will soon be released by the debate organizers.

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