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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

NH’s gubernatorial, Congressional candidates to debate on WBIN-TV in October

DERRY – An Oct. 8 televised debate featuring gubernatorial candidates Ovide Lamontagne and Maggie Hassan will be the first of three political debates on successive nights hosted by WBIN-TV at its Derry studios.

Sponsored by AARP-New Hampshire, the debates will run from 8-9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct 8-10. Former WMUR-TV personality Charlie Sherman will serve as moderator, and panelists will include a combination of representatives from WBIN, The Telegraph of Nashua, Portsmouth Herald, Keene Sentinel and Concord Monitor. ...

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DERRY – An Oct. 8 televised debate featuring gubernatorial candidates Ovide Lamontagne and Maggie Hassan will be the first of three political debates on successive nights hosted by WBIN-TV at its Derry studios.

Sponsored by AARP-New Hampshire, the debates will run from 8-9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct 8-10. Former WMUR-TV personality Charlie Sherman will serve as moderator, and panelists will include a combination of representatives from WBIN, The Telegraph of Nashua, Portsmouth Herald, Keene Sentinel and Concord Monitor.

The second debate on Oct. 9 will feature 1st Congressional District candidates Frank Guinta, the Republican incumbent, and his challenger, former Democratic congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter.

The finale Oct. 10 will pit Republican U.S. Rep. Charlie Bass against Democrat Annie Kuster, who is challenging him for the state’s 2nd Congressional District seat.

– DEAN SHALHOUP