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The Texas Debates: Race for U.S. Senate - Ted Cruz vs. David Dewhurst
The Texas Debates: Race for U.S. Senate
Ted Cruz vs. David Dewhurst
Friday, June 22, 2012 at 8 p.m.
Republican candidates in the highly-anticipated Texas U.S. Senate race will square off in The Texas Debates: Race for U.S. Senate on Friday, June 22, 2012, at 8:00 pm CDT. The live debate between Ted Cruz, former Texas Solicitor General, and Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst will be broadcast to millions on television, radio and the Internet.
Watch the debate:
The Texas Debates: Race for U.S. Senate will air live on KERA-TV Channel 13, KERA 90.1 FM and Univision 23 in Dallas/Fort Worth, as well as other radio and television stations around the state, and streamed live online at texasdebates.org and other news websites. The program will repeat at 6 p.m. Sunday, June 24 on KERA TV and KERA 90.1 FM. Video of the debate will be available for on-demand viewing at texasdebates.org within 24 hours after the debate's conclusion. The program will originate from the studios of KERA TV Channel 13 in Dallas and will be distributed to commercial and public radio and television stations statewide as a public service.
The debate will be moderated by KERA Managing Editor Shelley Kofler. Questions will be posed by a panel of journalists, including Crystal Ayala, political reporter for Univision Texas, Peggy Fikac, Austin bureau chief for the San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle, and Ross Ramsey, executive editor of the Texas Tribune.