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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.

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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

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

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Cole Hoffen
Cole Hoffen
1 year ago

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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