2015 Kentucky Gubernatorial Debate

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MICHAEL STRYSICK

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859.238.5710 or 859.583.0363
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AMY CLARK WISE

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859.238.5748 or 859.494.9473
amy.wise@centre.edu

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About Centre College

Centre College has long been a place where important conversations take place, and Newlin Hall in the Norton Center for the Arts has played host to a wide range of inspiring figures.

In addition to hosting Senator Joseph Lieberman and Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney in 2000 and Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan in 2012 for vice presidential debates sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates, a long list of luminaries in the fields of the arts, journalism, and politics have visited Centre College. Special guests have included President Jimmy Carter, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sandra Day O’Connor, Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Maya Angelou, NBC Meet the Press moderator Tim Russert, ABC Chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz, and New York Times columnist David Brooks, to name just a few.

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Broadcast Information

The 2015 Kentucky Gubernatorial Debate will be broadcast statewide by WAVE3 News (Louisville) and numerous partner stations, including WLEX-TV (Lexington), WXIX-TV (Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky), WFIE-TV (Owensboro/Evansville, Indiana), WSAZ-TV (Ashland/Huntington, West Virginia), and WQWQ-TV (Paducah/Cape Girardeau, Missouri).

iHeartRadio will broadcast the debate live on 84WHAS (Louisville) and 630WLAP (Lexington), and will also make the debate available to 85 Kentucky News Network affiliates across the Commonwealth, as well as other stations.

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