Debates Set for Green Bay, Waukesha, and Wausau
WisPolitics is facilitating and publicizing two debates between Mike Tate and Julaine Appling, one in Green Bay and one in Waukesha.
Here's the release from WisPolitics.com:
MADISON – The two lead campaigns involved in the proposed same-sex marriage ban will debate in two forums set for Tuesday and Oct. 2.We'll post details soon about a few other debates that are organized by independent groups.
Julaine Appling, CEO of the amendment-supporting Family Research Institute of Wisconsin, and Mike Tate, campaign director for the opposing Fair Wisconsin group, will debate before media panels in two debates.
The first debate is in Green Bay a week from yesterday; the second is in Waukesha on Oct. 2.
**Green Bay Debate
Tuesday, Sept. 26th
7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Location: Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Executive Dining Room
Monday, Oct. 2nd
7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Location: Room N133, UW-Waukesha
Under the ground rules agreed to by WisPolitics.com, Fair Wisconsin and the Family Research Institute, Appling and Tate each will deliver 2-minute opening and closing statements separated by 2-minute answers to questions posed by journalists. No audience questions will be accepted.
Media interested in covering the events should contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the public wishing to attend must contact either Fair Wisconsin (608-441-0143) or the Family Research Institute (608-256-3228).
One is this Thursday--tomorrow--from 5-6pm at UW-Marathon County. The WPR bureau in Wausau put this together and the Wausau Daily Herald has the details.