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VBA debate to be live-streamed on PBS

Can’t make it to The Homestead later this month for the Virginia Bar Association’s gubernatorial debate but you still want to watch the fireworks?

PBS has you covered.

VBA Executive Director Yvonne McGhee reports that for the first time ever, one of the VBA’s debates will be live-streamed, at pbs.org. The group got confirmation of the web broadcast today, she said.

The dust-up between Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican, and Terry McAuliffe, the Democrat, will take place on July 20, beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Veteran television journalist Judy Woodruff of PBS will serve as moderator.

Virginia is one of only two states with off-year elections featuring a race for governor; New Jersey is the other.

– Paul Fletcher

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