Harrisburg Campus to Host Debate Between Candidates for Pennsylvania Attorney General
Web Editor - Published: October 18, 2012
2012 Debates Elections HBG debates promo 235PX 2012FIXEDOn Monday, October 22nd, Widener Law’s Harrisburg campus will host a debate between the candidates for Attorney General of Pennsylvania at 7:00 p.m. in room A180 of the Administrative Building at 3800 Vartan Way.

The debate, which will be aired live by the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN), will feature Democratic candidate Kathleen Kane and Republican candidate David Freed, who will be asked a questions by a panel of representatives from the Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents’ Association (PLCA), which is partnering with PCN on the debate coverage.

The debate, which is scheduled to last for an hour, will air live on PCN, with Vice President of Programming Corinna Vecsey Wilson moderating. It can also be viewed via on the Widener website a live webcast.

The debate is open to the public. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m., and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Limited overflow seating will be available.

FOR ALL DEBATES The webcast will begin streaming at least 5 minutes before the event begins. Family and friends who cannot attend in person should log-in early to this page to ensure a good connection.

The page you will be re-directed to offers a link to live streams of special events such as commencement, sporting events and lectures. See guide below for all scheduled dates and times to be broadcast live over the Internet.


WEBCAST EVENTS DATE TIME LOCATION Click button to launch player
Pennsylvania Debate: Attorney General Oct. 22
7:00-8:00 pm A180 Video_btn

* All webcasts begin streaming 5 minutes before each event begins.

Candidates will take questions from a panel of a panel of representatives from the Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents’ Association (PLCA). PCN Vice President of Programming Corinna Vecsey Wilson will moderate.

The debates will be broadcast live on PCN and at law.widener.edu. PCN will also re-air the debate later that night at 10:00 p.m.