Candidates for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District participated in a debate over the weekend in Grand Junction. Participating candidates were Tisha Casida (I), Sal Pace (D), and incumbent Scott Tipton (R).

Here is the full audio of the debate (about an hour long):

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You can listen to and/or read the radio story that aired after this debate here.

Moderator: Tim Foster, President of Colorado Mesa University.
Debate Sponsors:
– AARP Colorado (Major Sponsor)
– Friends of Natural Gas CO
– CenturyLink
– BP America

 

One Response to Full Audio: 3rd Congressional District Debate

  1. Sho Rembo says:

    Two stage actors, and one person you want as a neighbor.

    I would have thought folks would want more control in what their government tells the to do.

    Unfortunately, people care not what happens to them.

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