Michigan Radio Network to host gubernatorial debate

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The Michigan Radio Network has announced it will host a one-hour gubernatorial debate between Governor Jennifer Granholm and gubernatorial candidate Dick DeVos. Broadcast from Michigan State University campus, MRN Senior Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick will moderate the debate at 8 p.m. on October 2nd.

MRN affiliates will have exclusive commercial radio rights to the debate, which will be broadcast live. Other sponsors include various Fox television stations, WILX-TV in Lansing, Heritage Newspapers, the Lansing State Journal, Michigan Information & Research Service (MIRS), Michigan Public Television, Michigan Public Radio and Michigan Information and Research Services (MIRS).

Lansing-based Michigan Radio Network provides news and sports information to more than 60 radio stations throughout the state.

 

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Candidate DeVos stated quite clearly his distain for anyone who disagrees with him. How dare he say that people who are pro-choice aren't "people of conscience". He infers that people who disagree with his views are not only immoral but uncaring. What a narrow minded view. How typical of the Right Wing Religionists that give the Republicans such a bad name. Mr. DeVos you have just alienated the majority of people in Michigan. You have brought dishonor and disgust to the Republican Party. How far the Party has fallen to choose you as it's representative. One thing he has done well... he made even George Bush look good!

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