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Do you have debate questions for Granite State candidates?
Do you have questions for the nominees in New Hampshire’s most important races? We can help you get answers.
One week before the Nov. 6 general primary, WMUR and the New Hampshire Union Leader resume their traditional partnership, the Granite State Debates.
All the debates are one hour and begin at 7 p.m.:
-- Monday, Oct. 29, U.S. House, 1st District: Rep. Frank Guinta (R) v. Carol Shea-Porter (D).
-- Tuesday, Oct. 30, U.S. House, 2nd District: Rep. Charlie Bass (R) v. Ann McLane Kuster (D).
-- Thursday, Nov. 1, governor: Ovide Lamontagne (R) v. Maggie Hassan (D).
Your suggested questions are welcome on any topic relevant to the future of the state. Please send them in written or video form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, the best questions are concise and tough, but fair.
These will be the last of nine major political events co-produced by the Union Leader this year.
The first, a special edition of “Meet the Press” in Concord, was the final debate for the GOP presidential contenders before the January primary.
Shortly before September’s state primary, WMUR and the Union Leader produced two Granite State Debate gubernatorial broadcasts.
This week’s debates at St. Anselm College were the newspaper’s third series of election forums with the state’s public radio and TV stations and the Business and Industry Association.
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