Wednesday September 22nd, 2021 10:55PM

GOP gubernatorial hopefuls to debate next weekend in South Hall

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

The Republican candidates for governor are scheduled to debate in South Hall next weekend.

Seating for the debate, which will be held March 31 at 5:30 at The Venue at Spout Springs, is limited to 500 and all of the tickets have been claimed but a live feed will be streamed online.  Plans for the event were announced early last month.

The debate is sponsored by the 9th District Republican Party.

Click here for more details including streaming information.

(AccessWDUN's Brian Stewart contributed to this story.)

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