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Sunday, October 12, 2014

TONIGHT: Michigan gubernatorial town hall

Posted By on Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 8:30 AM


This year, there will only be one "debate" in the Michigan gubernatorial race. To be clear, this will likely be a tame affair, but probably not as lukewarm as the non-debate on Mackinac Island this year between U.S. Senate candidates, Gary Peters and Terri Lynn Land. 

However, it is still a debate. And, if you're still undecided on whom to vote for — which you should vote! — this will be worth your time. The candidates, incumbent Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and his opponent Democratic nominee Mark Schauer, will float questions from "undecided voters," as well as the editorial page editors of Detroit's dailies, Stephen Henderson and Nolan Finley. 



The one-hour town hall starts at 6 p.m. tonight. Channel 7 will broadcast it live, and on WXYZ.com.

But you'd much rather follow along with us, right? Sure you do. Check back to metrotimes.com throughout the hour, follow along with MT's Ryan Felton on Twitter, or right here for some live-blogging. Chime in with your two-cents below in the comment section.  

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