In case you missed the debate—or just want to see a replay of Sean Haugh, Libertarian for U.S. Senate, giving serious, thoughtful answers to moderator Jon Evans’ questions while the other two mostly recited talking points and traded petty personal accusations. Here is the replay.
For most of the debate, Sen. Kay Hagan and Speaker Thom Tillis attacked each other and repeated the talking points from their campaign ads. Only Haugh spoke directly to the issues throughout the debate.Read more
Haugh will participate in a debate tonight at 7 p.m. on Wilmington's WECT TV6 with Sen. Kay Hagan and Speaker Thom Tillis.
The debate will be carried live in Raleigh on WNCN-2, available on TWC channel 1245 or as “Antenna TV” at 17.2. It will also be live streamed on WNCN.com.
Despite the "wise guy" remarks about pizza delivery, Chris Matthews likes him. Isn't it telling how the mainstream media demeans people who have real jobs.
Libertarian Sean Haugh will participate in a U.S. Senate debate with Sen. Kay Hagan and state House Speaker Thom Tillis Thursday, Oct. 9 in Wilmington. It will be aired on WECT TV 6 at 7 p.m.
"Sean and I are pinching ourselves! He is actually going to be onstage less than a week from today, debating Hagan and Tillis," reports Rachel Mills, Haugh's campaign manager.Read more
Free the Vote North Carolina and the Young Americans for Liberty at UNC Charlotte are sponsoring North Carolina’s only all-inclusive U.S. Senate candidates debate on Friday, Oct. 17 in McKnight Hall on the UNC Charlotte campus at 7 p.m.
All the candidates whose name will appear on the ballot, as well as those who have qualified to have their write-in votes counted, have been invited.
“With most debates this election cycle excluding at least one qualified candidate, Free the Vote NC felt it was necessary to provide the voters of North Carolina with a real debate where the voters are not shown who to vote for, but to let the voters make the decision for themselves,” said Jordon Greene, Free the Vote founder and president.
Candidates who have been invited include: Democrat Kay Hagan, Republican Thom Tillis and Libertarian Sean Haugh, whose names will all appear on the ballot. In addition, Free the Vote has invited the certified write-in candidates: Barry Gurney, John Rhodes, and David Waddell.
Sponsoring an all-inclusive debate is in keeping with the mission of Free the Vote North Carolina, which is to eliminate eliminating barriers to participation in the electoral process. This event will help give voters the information they need to vote for the person of their choice without the debate holders making that choice for them.
The debate will be aired live online. More information will be available closer to the date.