Law school announces general-election debates
Public Relations - Published: October 20, 2008
2008ElectionDebate10 22 08The Law School Public Relations Office is pleased to announce our partnership with 1150 AM WDEL news radio will continue with general-election debates on the Delaware campus. The school is proud to provide facilities for the events, which are presented in the public interest and broadcast live over the radio and on its website, WDEL.com.

All debates happen in the Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom and are open to the public. We encourage students, faculty and staff to attend, listen and take advantage of this opportunity to see the candidates up close. Show your Widener Pride and let them know our law school community is interested in the future of the First State!

The races featured this fall include:

Race for Delaware governor
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 8 to 9:30 a.m.
Republican Bill Leevs.Democrat Jack Markell

Previous Debate: U.S. House of Representatives seat for Delaware
Tuesday, Oct. 14, 8 to 9:30 a.m.

Republican Mike Castle (incumbent)vs.Democrat Karen Hartley-Nagle