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NBC12 special coverage of Gubernatorial Debate

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Ryan Nobles – bio | email

For the third time during the campaign, and the only time in Richmond, Creigh Deeds and Bob McDonnell will go head to head in an important Gubernatorial debate on Monday night. NBC12 will air the debate live on television and will offer special companion coverage on our website NBC12.com.

Here is a rundown of what you can expect:

7:30pm- Special web-only Debate Preview Show- NBC12.com
NBC12 Political Analyst Dan Palazzolo joins me for a discussion about the important issues that will be addressed during the debate. We will also take questions from our liveblog that will start at 7:30 and run throughout the debate.

8pmLive coverage of the “People’s Debate”– NBC12 and NBC12.com
NBC12 will broadcast debate live on television and on our website. During the debate you can give your thoughts on our liveblog that will run throughout the debate.

9pmPost-debate Wrap–  NBC12.com
Professor Palazzolo and I will look back at the debate and touch on some key moments and share the thoughts of our viewers taking part in the liveblog.

11pm- Debate recap report– NBC12 News at 11 
NBC12’s Tara Morgan will be at the debate and will report back on the most important moments from the exchange and what the candidates had to say afterward.

Written by Ryan Nobles

October 11, 2009 at 8:38 pm

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  1. A “citizen” question (asked by the rep of the League of Women Voters) was submitted by Lisa Guthrie, who happens to be Executive Director of the League of Conservation Voters– who endorsed Creigh Deeds.

    How convenient that the panelist asked her question over the many others who are not registered lobbyists– http://www.vpap.org/lobbyists/lobbyist/44494

    Colonial

    October 12, 2009 at 8:52 pm

  2. Saw the debate, but I’m leaning hard for Mr. McDonnell only because I see someone who is responsible enough to face things head on without excuses. It seems that every time Mr. Deeds speaks, he’s whining about “What Bob said” about him. We need strong leadership, not whiners, straight talkers, not stuttering and a real plan, not committees to be determined. Although the Republican leadership has been questionable lately, McDonnell did not step away from them although Deeds has avoided Obama like he was the plague. Fascinating, but short of a miracle, my vote is going to be for the Attorney General.

    Mark Pounders

    October 12, 2009 at 9:21 pm


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