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Live: Presidential Debate between President Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden

Final Presidential Debate Starting at 9p ET: President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the final presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Tune in to Fox News Channel for live coverage and join the conversation on our ‘Democracy 2020 Live!’ experience now: https://fxn.ws/33c4ueE Posted by Fox News on Thursday, October 22, 2020 NASHVILLE, Tenn….

ND House of Representatives candidates debate Covid-19 & agriculture

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota’s three candidates for the state’s lone House of Representatives seat square off in a debate. Republican Congressman Kelly Armstrong and challengers Libertarian Steven Peterson and Democrat Zach Raknerud discussed issues facing the state and the country. The topics included farm policy, race relations and the state’s economy. Much of the hour-long debate also focused on…

Local expert talks vice presidential debate & why rural issues tend to be ignored

Debate topics always tend to be the main issues affecting the country at the moment.

MOORHEAD, Minn.- A Minnesota State University Moorhead political science professor says presidential and vice presidential debates don’t tend to focus on issues important to rural America. Dr. Barbara Headrick says most Americans don’t tend to tune in to vice presidential debates, but this is no ordinary race. It was Vice President Mike Pence’s turn to go head-to-head with Democratic vice…

Peterson and Fischbach debate agriculture and coronavirus

Courtesy: Prairie PublicFARGO, N.D. – Congressman Collin Peterson and former Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Michelle Fischbach share why they should represent the western part of the state in Washington. Peterson touted his work chairing the House Agriculture Committee including passing a farm bill and USMCA. Fischbach believes Congress should work on improving the economy which has been hit hard by the…

Locals Call The First Presidential Debate Chaotic And Aggressive

The next Presidential debate will be on October 15.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – Many in North Dakota and Minnesota tuned in with millions of other Americans to watch the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. “Do you have any idea what this clown is doing?” Former Vice President Joe Biden said. The candidates went head-to-head in a debate many are describing as chaotic. Some…

WATCH: Presidential Debate

Starting at 9p ET: President Donald J. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the first presidential debate, moderated by Fox News’ Chris Wallace, in Cleveland, Ohio. Tune in to Fox News Channel for live coverage and join the conversation on our ‘Democracy 2020 Live!’ experience: https://fxn.ws/33c4ueE Posted by Fox News on Tuesday, September 29, 2020   (CNN)President…

Democratic Chairman: Biden Has Better Plan For The Coronavirus

Tom Perez says he feels hopeful they're going to be able to win the state again this election.

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Democratic Party Chairman Tom Perez says President Trump was unable to successfully address the coronavirus crisis during his visit to Minnesota. Perez says he feels hopeful they’re going to be able to win the state again this election. He adds that he feels confident for the upcoming debate. Perez says that Joe Biden has a better plan on…

Fargo School Board Candidates Share Their Visions

Election Day for the school board is June 9th

FARGO, N.D. — All 13 candidates for the Fargo Public School Board joined a public forum about why they should get the job. The debate was hosted by the Red River Valley League Of Women Voters. The debate touched on multiple topics about education methods but talk of the town was COVID-19 and future plans. The questions also included audience…

City Commission candidates discuss ideas to make Fargo better

FARGO, N.D. – The Great Candidate Debate gives those running in the 2020 Fargo City Commission race a chance to have their ideas for improving the city heard. To abide by physical distancing guidelines, the public was invited to stream the debate online rather than attend in person. The June election will be a vote-by-mail-only event due to the pandemic….

NDSU Students Recreate History Of 1787 Constitutional Convention

The group debated how to create the legislature, voting rights and taxation.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU students packed into the Memorial Union for Recreating the Constitutional Convention of 1787. “A key part of what a university should be doing is freeing the students to have those debates and discussions in a simulated setting to take on the roles of the founders gives them an opportunity to do just that,” NDSU Program Director…