The second and final debate between Newark Mayor Steve Lonegan and former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan, the major party candidates to complete the term of the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg, will take place this evening at 7PM.
The debate will be broadcast on NBC-TV, channel 4 in the New York market, channel 10 in the Philadelphia market, and livestreamed at nbcphiladelphia.com
NJ-6 Congressional Candidates Anna Little and Frank Pallone will face off in their second debate on Thursday evening October 21 at the Riverview Medical Center’s Blasisdal Auditorium in Red Bank. The debate, sponsored by the Monmouth County Medical Society is open to the public, however registration is required. RSVP to Cathy: [email protected]
Little has made the repeal of ObamaCare, she calls is PalloneCare, the cornerstone of her campaign to unseat her 11 term incumbent opponent. Pallone boasts that the health care reform bill passed by the 111th Congress was his bill, not Nancy Pelosi’s and not President Obama’s.
A National Research poll by pollster extraordinaire Adam Geller has the candidates in a dead heat 44%-43% with a 5.66% margin of error. Little leads Pallone 58%-32% among voters who are aware of both candidates.
(ABERDEEN, October 18) -Republican Congressional challenger Anna Little – buoyed by the support of a crowd where her supporters outnumbered 22-year incumbent Frank Pallone’s supporters by at least 10-to-1 – handily dispatched Pallone in their League of Women Voters debate last night at the Temple Shalom in Aberdeen.
Usually, a post-debate press release includes some chest thumping by the campaign, claiming victory. And our headline certainly engages in a bit of that chest thumping, to be sure.
But a picture, as they say, is worth a thousand words – and a YouTube clip, as we say, is worth even more. So rather than tell you what happened last night in Aberdeen, we’re going to let last night’s encounter speak for itself. Simply click on the links below to see the exchanges between Anna Little and Frank Pallone on each of the key issues addressed.
A crowd of about 300 showed up at Temple Shalom in Aberdeen for the only scheduled debate between Congressman Frank Pallone and his GOP challenger, Highlands Mayor Anna Little. The crowd was heavily pro-Little.