FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Incumbent Democratic Senator Bill Nelson and Republican Representative Connie Mack IV will participate in a U.S. Senate Debate in Ft. Lauderdale on Wednesday night.
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The debate is being moderated by WPTV anchor Michael Williams.
A three-person panel made up of ABC Action News Director of Community Affairs Lissette Campos, Miami Herald politics reporter Toluse Olorunnipa, and South Florida Sun-Sentinel political writer Anthony Man will be asking the candidates questions.
The debate will be split into three parts.
During the first part, the panelists will ask Sen. Nelson and Rep. Mack to address the issues raised by the two candidates' negative ads.
The second part will revolve around domestic issues such as jobs, employment, education and Medicare.
In the third section Nelson and Mack will be asked about international policy and national security issues.
The debate is taking place in the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center at Nova Southeastern University.
ABC Action News (Tampa Channel 28) will be airing the debate live on air in the Tampa Bay market. You can also watch it streaming live online at http:// wfts.tv/ V2uW2W beginning at 7:00 p.m.
The debate can also be seen live the following Florida television stations:
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