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Tonight you can catch a debate between candidates for the Senate in Wisconsin, hosted by the Franklin Center, here at RedState, where we’ll be carrying the live stream.
As more and more citizens turn to social media and online resources to gather information and news, the Wisconsin U.S. Senate Debate of Republican candidates scheduled for this Wednesday will feature questions submitted by citizens via social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Starting today and leading up to the debate on April 11, citizens can submit their most pressing questions to U.S. Senate candidates Jeff Fitzgerald, Eric Hovde, Mark Neumann and Kip Smith. Former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson declined the invitation to participate.
Citizens can submit their questions in the following ways:
-E-mail questions to [email protected]
-Tweet questions on Twitter using the hash tag #WIDebate
-Post questions on the Facebook pages of Wisconsin Reporter or Franklin Center
-Submit a YouTube video (via e-mail or Facebook) for a chance to have your question aired live
The debate will take place at the Waukesha County Exposition Center (1000 Northview Road) on Wednesday, April 11, beginning at 7:00pm. (Doors open at 5:30pm).
Check out Wisconsinreporter.com for more info.