Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey clashed in a debate at the WBZ-TV studios.
Gabriel Gomez, Michael Sullivan and Dan Winslow faced off in a debate at the WBZ studios.
Three years after it split Massachusetts voters in the 2010 special U.S. Senate election, the debate over President Barack Obama’s health care law has lost little of its political punch.
On Wednesday night, the two Democrats and three Republicans faced off in their first televised debates.
On April 22, the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate will participate in a live, one-hour television debate moderated by WBZ political analyst Jon Keller. It will be seen live on WBZ-TV, CBSBoston.com and WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
A planned fourth and final debate in Massachusetts’ contentious U.S. Senate race will not be rescheduled.
What was galling about last night’s debate was the numbing regularity with which both Warren and Brown repeat tired nostrums that they must know are nonsense.
I suspect undecided voters came away from the whole thing still undecided.
With two debates scheduled for the week ahead, WBZ-TV and WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s political analyst Jon Keller reviewed and previewed the Senate and Presidential debates scheduled for the week, on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Joe Mathieu.
Tune in to NightSide for reaction to all the debates on WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
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