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Special congressional election candidates on radio this afternoon

by George Bennett | March 18th, 2010

The three candidates in the April 13 special congressional election to replace Robert Wexler are scheduled to appear together at 4 p.m. today on WFTL 850-AM for a debate.

Aside from a West Boca Chamber of Commerce breakfast debate last month, this afternoon’s event is the only scheduled meeting of Democrat Ted Deutch, Republican Ed Lynch and no-party candidate Jim McCormick.

Post On Politics will be part of the panel questioning the candidates. Submit a suggested question in the comments section below and maybe it’ll get asked. If it’s really good, Post On Politics might ask it and claim credit for thinking it up.

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3 Responses to “Special congressional election candidates on radio this afternoon”

  1. Fred Says:

    How does Lynch explain his problems with the government and taxes?

  2. JoseO Says:

    Qustion for State Senator Deutch:

    We know you support healthcare reform.

    Where do you stand on granting unconditional citizenship to the 20 million undocumented immigrants who already reside in the USA?

    Too, where do you stand on a full repeal of the 2nd amendment?

  3. Yolly Says:

    He stands where Wexler tells him to.

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