U.S. Senate Debate
Arizona's U.S. Senate election is a key race on the November 8th ballot, and Arizona voters will get the chance to watch the candidates debate live so they can make an informed vote.
On October 6th, voters will have the chance to watch Senator Mark Kelly (Democratic) and challengers Blake Masters (Republican) and Marc Victor (Libertarian) debate live. Learn how to watch and how to submit questions below.
The debate will air live from the Arizona PBS studios in Phoenix and will be broadcast live across dozens of local TV and radio stations across all corners of Arizona as well as on newspaper websites from around the state. Check your local listings to find a media partner near you.
The Arizona US Senate Debate will be broadcast across the state to ensure maximum accessibility. The debate will be simulcast in Spanish with live audio translations. The debate will also include live ASL interpreters for the deaf and the hard of hearing community in addition to closed captioning services in both English and Spanish.
The debate is brought to voters by Clean Elections, the state’s non-partisan voter education agency, Arizona PBS, the Arizona Broadcasters Association; and the Arizona Newspaper Association.