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Rebecca Sink-Burris, Indiana Libertarian US Senate Candidate, Announces Date and Location of First Debate with Her Opponents

Posted by Mark Rutherford at Libertarian Party blog:

Rebecca Sink-Burris, the Indiana Libertarian candidate for US Senate, has announced that the first of three debates between the candidates is set for October 11th at IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis).  She will be debating her big government Republican and Democratic opponents.

Fort Wayne has been selected as the location of the second debate.

The debates are organized and managed by the Indiana Debate Commission.

One can follow Rebecca’s campaign on her website, Facebook and Twitter.


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  1. Bob M. Bob M. October 13, 2010

    She was definitely the best in the senate debate televised on Monday night. Way more honest than Coats and Ellsworth, and gave clear ideas on how to improve the economy while the other 2 just took part in verbal sparring.

  2. Douglas Marsh Douglas Marsh October 13, 2010

    I saw the debates last weekend and Burris is sharp. Quick, direct and clear answers. None of that wishie-washie stuff. She has my vote.

    Now I want some yard signs. Get with me.
    Douglas Marsh

  3. Pamela Rich Pamela Rich September 7, 2010

    Mr. Mark Rutherford, Esquire:

    I would like very much to work on behalf of Rebecca in Danville, Indiana.

    In order to do so I will need flyers, brochures, and a sign for my yard.

    Please contact me and let me know where I can obtain these so I can do as much for her as I did for Dave Galloway in the primaries.

    This lady is our best and only real hope in the November election and time is getting short.


    Pamela J. Rich

  4. Michael H. Wilson Michael H. Wilson August 30, 2010

    Give ’em hell Rebecca.

  5. Derek Derek August 29, 2010

    What would be nice is to see if the debates could be a la Douglas-Lincoln (1 debate in each Congressional District).

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