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Gettysburg Connection to host live state representative debate

Gettysburg Connection, along with the Gettysburg College Eisenhower Institute, Public Policy Program, and Political Science Department. will host a live debate among the three candidates for Pennsylvania State Representative from the 91st District on Wednesday Oct. 19.

The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

The candidates will face each other for the next 2-year term in the Nov. 8 statewide election.

The debate will be moderated by the Editor Alex Hayes and will be held in Mara Auditorium/Masters Hall at 300 N. Washington St. on the Gettysburg College Campus at 7:00 p.m.

The representative’s seat has been held by Republican Dan Moul since 2007.  Moul is being challenged by current Adams County Commissioner Marty Qually, a Democrat, and Libertarian candidate Neil Belliveau.

A video of the debate will be recorded by Community Media of South Central PA.

The format will be question and answer with a strict time limit.

Hayes will provide the candidates with a list of questions.

We will also accept questions posed in advance by local residents.

Send your questions to Hayes at editor@gettysburgconnection.org.

Featured image caption: From left, Moul, Qually, and Belliveau.

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  • I was told I couldn’t hold a sign at the 91st house district candidate debate at Gettysburg College. I searched. I couldn’t find any articles indicating this rule. Guess this is just another one of those situations in which the Adams County press panders to the Republicans. Dan Moul can’t handle a healthy dose of opposition?

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