April debates set for GOP Senate candidates

The Indiana Republicans seeking their party's nomination for the U.S. Senate will face each other in at least three debates
over two weeks in April.

Franklin College says all five candidates have agreed to take part in the April 19 debate at the school's Napolitan Student
Center. Journalism students and audience members will question the candidates.

The debate will be open to the public, with tickets available from the school.

A debate sponsored by Indianapolis radio station WXNT-AM 1430 will be April 8 at the Indiana War Memorial, with a televised
debate organized by the Indiana Debate Commission on April 20.

Those taking part will be former Sen. Dan Coats, former Congressman John Hostettler, state Sen. Marlin Stutzman, financial
adviser Don Bates Jr. of Winchester and Fishers businessman Richard Behney.

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