In a campaign there is nothing bigger than a face-to-face debate between the candidates. This election season, The UpTake will bring you coverage of 17 of those debates that could determine who wins the election and ultimately determines Minnesota's future.
U.S. Senator Al Franken and Republican opponent Mike McFadden have their first one-on-one debate this Wednesday in Duluth at 8 a.m.
You can either get up early, drive to Duluth, and hope you’re one of the few who get a spot in the 300-seat Duluth Playhouse…or you can get up late, grab your favorite beverage, and get a front row seat courtesy of The UpTake.
Sure, Franken and McFadden met before at Farmfest, but they had to share the stage with a lot of other candidates then. This debate is just the two of them. It should be interesting.
So you can either wait to read about it in the newspaper, catch a few abbreviated clips on TV, or see the whole thing live on The UpTake.
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