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Seattle Stations Air Gubernatorial Debate

Topic: Politics and Election Coverage
Posted on 9/16/2020

Stations across Washington state, including Seattle’s TEGNA-owned NBC affiliate KING-TV, Sinclair-owned ABC affiliate KOMO-TV, Cox Media Group’s CBS affiliate KIRO-TV, FOX owned-and-operated KCPQ-TV and Cascade Public Media’s PBS affiliate KCTS-TV, will air a televised gubernatorial debate on October 7 between incumbent Governor Jay Inslee and challenger Loren Culp. The debate will occur live with the two candidates safely distanced in the state capital, and provide state residents a chance to hear candidates speak and respond to questions regarding statewide issues.

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