BOSTON (AP) — The second debate between two candidates running for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts — Democratic incumbent Elizabeth Warren and Republican challenger state Rep. Geoff Diehl — is set to take place in the western part of the state.

The two will go head to head in a one-hour debate Sunday at 7 p.m. at WGBY’s Springfield studio. The debate is sponsored by the Western Massachusetts Media Consortium.

Warren is a potential 2020 candidate for president and is running for her second six-year term representing Massachusetts in the Senate. Diehl co-chaired President Donald Trump’s 2016 Massachusetts presidential campaign.

Warren has been a frequent critic of Trump.

A final televised debate between Warren and Diehl will take place Oct. 30 in Boston on WCVB.

Independent candidate Shiva Ayyadurai is also on the ballot.

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Comments (2)
  1. Jordan Lewis Ring says:

    An ONE TIME MISTAKE THAT SHAMES THIS COMMONWEALTH…SURE LOST FOR THE MONON!

  2. WBZ said it, she’s a 2020 candidate for president. Which means she will do anything to win the presidency, and not represent Massachusetts. A vote for Warren is a waste.

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