Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Sept. 23, 2010




Detroit News:

A drawn-out tug-of-war over gubernatorial debates ended Wednesday with Virg Bernero and Rick Snyder agreeing to a single meeting. The one-hour debate is set for 7 p.m. Oct. 10 and will be broadcast live on television stations across the state. Bernero originally called for eight debates between the candidates. Snyder wanted three. Talks broke off and hopes of an agreement dimmed until the deal announced Wednesday. Political experts agree Snyder -- who is leading the Lansing mayor by roughly 20 percentage points in most polls -- has little to gain from debating his opponent... Snyder, Bernero to debate Oct. 10 (Thu, 9/23)



Detroit Free Press:

The debate over the debates wasn't so great. But it's over. And now the Great Debate, governor's edition, is scheduled for Oct. 10.Democrat Virg Bernero and Republican Rick Snyder have agreed to participate in a single, Sunday evening televised debate at the facilities of Detroit Public TV in Wixom. The broadcast is to be carried by other public TV stations around Michigan and will be available free of charge to all commercial channels that wish to carry it, said John Bebow, executive director at the Center for Michigan, a debate sponsor. The center leads the Great Debates coalition of about 20 organizations, including the Free Press, which will host the gubernatorial debate... Finally, a debate for Snyder and Bernero Decision 2010 (Thu, 9/23)







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