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The Democratic candidates for Congress in Rhode Island’s 2nd District squared off Tuesday night in a live, televised debate hosted by 12 News.
Target 12 Chief Investigative Reporter Tim White and 12 News Politics Editor Ted Nesi asked the tough questions on inflation, the Supreme Court, and a nation divided.
Watch the hour-long, commercial-free Congressional Primary Debate in the video player above.
Below, representatives from each of the campaigns offer their reaction, plus Ted breaks down the debate.
The debate is made possible in part by the financial support of AARP Rhode Island.
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☆ Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. on WPRI 12
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