UWM to host Wisconsin Democratic gubernatorial debate on July 12
All eight Democratic candidates have agreed to participate.
MILWAUKEE _ The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Mainstage Theatre will be the setting for the first broadcast debate in the race for Wisconsin governor.
The debate will air live on WTMJ-TV and WUWM-FM and simulcast on WGBA-TV. WTMJ news anchors Charles Benson and Shannon Sims, along with WUWM’s Mitch Teich, will moderate.
The Democratic gubernatorial debate will start at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 12. All eight Democratic candidates have agreed to participate – Tony Evers, Matt Flynn, Mike McCabe, Mahlon Mitchell, Josh Pade, Kelda Helen Roys, Paul R. Soglin and Kathleen Vinehout.
Additional media partners include WisPolitics.com, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA Today Network.
The event is ticketed, with all tickets going to the campaigns and debate sponsors.
Debate attendees can park in the Student Union parking structure at 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. When you enter, pull a ticket and use it a pay station to pay for parking.
Members of the public can submit questions for the candidates by texting “debate” and their questions to 414-269-6404.
Recognized as one of the nation’s 115 top research universities, UW-Milwaukee provides a world-class education to 25,000 students from 91 countries on a budget of $653 million. Its 14 schools and colleges include Wisconsin’s only schools of architecture, freshwater sciences and public health, and it is a leading educator of nurses and teachers. UW-Milwaukee partners with leading companies to conduct joint research, offer student internships and serve as an economic engine for southeastern Wisconsin. The Princeton Review named UW-Milwaukee a 2018 “Best Midwestern” university based on overall academic excellence and student reviews, and the Sierra Club has recognized it as Wisconsin’s leading sustainable university.
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