These California candidates say they will debate

California gubernatorial candidates Governor Gavin Newsom and Republican Senator Brian Dahle will likely debate in October. One candidate agreed to debate once on the radio, while the other agreed to do at least two televised debates. Newsom agreed to debate on KQED on October 23. The debate would air live on 88.5 FM and 89.3 FM in Northern California, and will be offered to all California radio stations, along with a live video broadcast, according to KQED. The debate falls on a busy sports day known for a day full of National League football games, as well as the Major League Baseball playoffs. The same radio station hosted the only gubernatorial debate in 2018 between Newsom and his opponent, Republican John Cox. Video cameras were not present. Dahle’s campaign said Monday it plans to accept the invitation but hopes to schedule at least one more televised debate sooner. Dahle officially accepted KCRA 3’s offer to host a debate between the two. Newsom’s campaign has yet to respond. Dahle said he would debate Newsom “anytime, anywhere.” “It’s important that Californians see with their own eyes the contrast between Dahle and Newsom, and hear without filter where they both plan to take this state over the next four years,” Dahle’s campaign said in a statement. . When asked last week if he would debate Dahle on television, Newsom replied: “I said I would debate; we will leave it there. Candidates from other races say they will debate In the California Congressional District 3 race, Republican Kevin Kiley and Democrat Kermit Jones agreed to debate in October on KCRA 3. In the California Congressional District 9 race, Democrat Josh Harder plans to participate in a debate with Republican Tom Patti. No plans yet Newsom and Dahle are the only candidates in a statewide race for public office who have agreed to debate each other. Republican nominee for attorney general Nathan Hochman has asked to debate the current attorney general, Democrat Rob Bonta. KCRA 3 offered to host this debate, which Hochman accepted. Bonta’s campaign has yet to respond. Republican candidate for state comptroller Lanhee Chen asked to debate Democratic candidate Malia Cohen. KCRA 3 offered to host this debate, which Chen accepted. Cohen has no intention of discussing Chen.

California gubernatorial candidates Governor Gavin Newsom and Republican Senator Brian Dahle will likely debate in October. One candidate agreed to debate once on the radio, while the other agreed to do at least two televised debates.

Newsom agreed to debate on KQED on October 23. The debate would air live on 88.5 FM and 89.3 FM in Northern California, and will be offered to all California radio stations, along with a live video broadcast, according to KQED. The debate falls on a busy sports day known for a day full of National League football games, as well as the Major League Baseball playoffs.

The same radio station hosted the only gubernatorial debate in 2018 between Newsom and his opponent, Republican John Cox. Video cameras were not present.

Dahle’s campaign said Monday it plans to accept the invitation but hopes to schedule at least one more televised debate sooner. Dahle officially accepted KCRA 3’s offer to host a debate between the two. Newsom’s campaign has yet to respond.

Dahle said he would debate Newsom “anytime, anywhere.”

“It’s important that Californians see with their own eyes the contrast between Dahle and Newsom, and hear without filter where they both plan to take this state over the next four years,” Dahle’s campaign said in a statement. .

When asked last week if he would debate Dahle on television, Newsom replied: “I said I would debate; we will leave it there.

Candidates from other races say they will debate

In California’s Congressional District 3 race, Republican Kevin Kiley and Democrat Kermit Jones agreed to debate KCRA 3 in October.

In the race for California’s Congressional District 9, Democrat Josh Harder plans to enter a debate with Republican Tom Patti.

No projects yet

Newsom and Dahle are the only candidates in a statewide race for public office who have agreed to debate each other.

Republican nominee for attorney general Nathan Hochman has asked to debate the current attorney general, Democrat Rob Bonta. KCRA 3 offered to host this debate, which Hochman accepted. Bonta’s campaign has yet to respond.

Republican candidate for state comptroller Lanhee Chen asked to debate Democratic candidate Malia Cohen. KCRA 3 offered to host this debate, which Chen accepted. Cohen has no intention of discussing Chen.

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