DESANTIS GILLUM DEBATE 10/24/18 7PM EST

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DESANTIS GILLUM DEBATE 10/24/18 7PM EST

Time: October 24, 2018 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Various
Street: Various
City/Town: Various
Event Type: debate
Organized By: Broward College
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2018

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WJXX (ABC) Jacksonville will be airing the Florida Gubernatorial Debate between Democratic nominee, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, and the Republican nominee, Congressman Ron DeSantis on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7:00 P.M

Orlando WESH-Channel 2

Tallahassee/Gainesville WCJB-TV20

Tampa WFLA

Pensacola WFGX MYTV

West Palm Beach-based ABC station WPBF/Ch. 25. In Miami, the events will be broadcast by WFOR-CBS4.

Watch On October 24 | 10pm ET | C-SPAN - Link to additional past debates (https://www.c-span.org/video/?453499-1/florida-gubernatorial-debate)

The debate moderator is Todd McDermott, WPBF 25 News Anchor and panelists are Isadora Rangel, Public Affairs and Engagement Editor at Florida Today and Anthony Man, Political Writer at the Sun-Sentinel. The audience will include guests of each campaign, Leadership Florida members, debate sponsors, Broward College students and specially invited guests. Where: Bailey Hall at Broward College

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