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By Carolyn Classen -April 16, 2020 – as seen at Blog for Arizona.net

Every year the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission hosts statewide debates for the contested races in the Arizona Legislative Districts for the primary and the general elections. However this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak, these debates will not be in person (with videos posted afterwards), but will be livestreamed via YouTube.  Here’s the debate schedule starting April 21 (with LD 19 House):

https://www.azcleanelections.gov/arizona-elections/debate-information

List of participating Clean Elections candidates:

https://www.azcleanelections.gov/Custom/ReportPDF?id=5&cycle=17

Also debating this year are six Republican candidates  running for 3 seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission.  I’ve also posted that June 24 primary debate on our image Calendar. There are also 3 Democrats running, but no CCEC debate is necessary in the primary.

Also on our Calendar are debates for LD 2 House, LD 3 House, LD 10 House, LD 11 Senate — all Democratic debates, which I will be following in Southern Arizona.

“HOW DO I WATCH THE DEBATE?
All debates will be live streamed on the Clean Elections YouTube Page. If you miss the live stream, the recorded debates will continue to be available on BlogforArizona’s YouTube page so you can watch at your convenience.

Any person with a disability may request accommodation, such as a sign language interpreter, by contacting the Commission at (602) 364-3477. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange accommodations.”

Vote wisely on or before August 4, 2020 for the Primary in Arizona.