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2016 Congressional Debates

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The 2016 WVIA Congressional Debates will broadcast live from the Sordoni High-Definition Theater at the WVIA Studios in Pittston, PA on Thursday, Nov. 3 starting at 7 p.m. on WVIA TV. The debates will also be simulcast live on WVIA FM and streamed live at wvia.org.

On Thursday, Nov. 3 Congressman Lou Barletta (R), and Mike Marsicano (D) will debate live for the 11th Congressional District.

The moderator will be WVIA’s Larry Vojtko.

Panelists for the debates include: Borys Krawczeniuk, Staff Writer, Scranton Times-Tribune, Dr Jean Harris, Professor, Political Science & Women's Studies, University of Scranton, Andy Mehalshick, WBRE Eyewittness News, Dr. Tom Baldino, Professor, Political Science 
Wilkes University, Bill O'Boyle, Staff Writer, Times Leader and more.

Seating in the live audience for each debate is available and free, but very limited. Doors will open at 6:20pm. To make reservations call (570) 602-1150, or reserve your seats online:

 

11th Congressional District Debate Reservations Sold Out

 

 
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