October 20, 2008

Michigan's US Senate hopefuls hold 2nd debate

Chicagotribune.com
Michigan's major party U.S. Senate candidates disagreed sharply Monday on how to help the struggling domestic auto industry in a debate at the Detroit Economic Club.

Incumbent Democrat Carl Levin and Republican challenger Jack Hoogendyk debated for the second time in less than 24 hours. They met Sunday evening at a Grand Valley State University television studio in Grand Rapids.

Levin and Hoogendyk differ sharply on what to do about the economy, Immigration and a host of other topics. That was evident again Monday in a debate that lasted about 50 minutes and was mostly centered on the economy and related topics such as health care costs and taxation.

1 Comments:

Anonymous michigan search engine optimization said...

Levin is cemented into that office. Is it just that I'm used to seeing him, or is he on C-Span every time I watch?

Hoogendyk didn't have a chance. I did find it interesting how often I came across Scotty Boman's ads on the web, however. Ah, the plight of the third party.

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