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2022 Midterm Election Debates – Watch Here

Posted on Thursday, November 3, 2022
by AMAC Action

The 2022 midterm elections are just days away. After considering countless electoral maps, polls, and predictions, we are entering the final stretch. One of the most important ways Americans get to know their candidates are during issue and policy debates. And while Americans from different states vote in their specific races, it is not a stretch to posit that many races can have a national impact, especially considering how close congressional races currently stand as the balance of power hangs on the outcome.

Below, please find links to some of the higher profile state and federal debates this election cycle. We hope you find these posts an informational resource to aid you in drawing your own conclusions about the candidates in these races.

Arizona Senate debate between Blake Masters, Senator Mark Kelly, and Libertarian candidate Marc Victor from October 6th

Pennsylvania Senate debate between Dr. Mehmet Oz and Senator John Fetterman from October 25th

New York Governor’s debate between Rep. Lee Zeldin and Governor Kathy Hochul from October 26th

New York Senate debate between Joe Pinion and Senator Chuck Schumer from October 30th

Georgia Senate debate between Herschel Walker Senator Raphael Warnock from October 14th

Ohio Senate debate between J.D. Vance and Rep. Tim Ryan from October 10th

New Hampshire Senate debate between Don Bolduc and Senator Maggie Hassan from November 2nd

California Governor’s debate between State Senator Brian Dahle and Governor Gavin Newsom from October 23rd

Michigan Governor’s debate between Tudor Dixon and Governor Gretchen Whitmer from October 25th

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1 year ago

Looking at the list of upcoming debates, I can’t help but notice that voting has already started in most of the states listed. Millions of votes have already been cast. Democrats, for the most part, either delayed doing debates until the very end or have outright refused to debate at all, because they know that if they have to defend the very policies that they support and have implemented, they stand to lose votes. Sure debates are important, but if they are held long after voting has already started, their effectiveness is greatly reduced.

Viet Viet 6769
Viet Viet 6769
1 year ago

Pray that taxpayer can see what’s going on

Patricia A Arsenault
Patricia A Arsenault
1 year ago

TY for sharing 🙂

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