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Republican Tom Reed and Democrat Matt Zeller debated at Nazareth College Tuesday. The debate was carried live on WXXI-AM 1370.
This could be year that reverses the trend of more than 90 percent of incumbents in the House of Representatives winning re-election.
PBS NewsHour talked with WXXI News Director Julie Philipp about the economy & elections in a segment that sampled views from around the country.
Democratic Rep. Louise Slaughter was interviewed by WXXI's Bob Smith on WXXI-AM 1370 as part of WXXI's Election 2010 coverage.
WXXI's Election 2010 coverage includes Free Air Time for candidates in selected races. You can see and hear their messages directly before you head to the polls.
Republican Sean Hanna and Democrat David Nachbar are running in the 130th Assembly District.
Republican Rep. Chris Lee was interviewed by WXXI's Bob Smith on WXXI-AM 1370 as part of WXXI's Election 2010 coverage.
Democrat Andrew Cuomo and Republican Carl Paladino did not even allude to one another as they shared the stage with minor party candidates in the only scheduled gubernatorial debate.
The debate between seven candidates for governor will be broadcast live tonight at 7:00pm from Hofstra University.
WXXI and our Voice of the Voter partners released the results of the 2010 poll of likely voters.
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