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Ralph Begleiter, founding director of UD's Center for Political Communication and a former CNN correspondent, moderated Delaware Debates 2020 from University Media Services campus studio.
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On Thursday, Oct. 20, the University of Delaware hosts candidates for Delaware’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The event marks the seventh biennial Delaware Debates since 2010, a joint initiative of the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication (CPC) and Delaware Public Media (WDDE 91.1, WMPH 91.7 and WMHS 88.1).
Delaware Debates will be live-streamed without an audience from a studio on UD's campus. A stream of the free online event can be viewed at sites.udel.edu/udlive, with no registration required. The link becomes active approximately one hour before each debate begins.
Ralph Begleiter, founding director of the Center for Political Communication and former CNN journalist, returns to the University of Delaware to moderate. He will pose questions about key issues facing Delaware and the nation.
"Ralph's knowledge of the issues and commitment to fairness ensures that the community will have what they need to compare the candidates and make their choice on election day," said Nancy Karibjanian, director of the CPC.
Behind the scenes of Delaware Debates 2020, produced from UD's studio as a live virtual event.
The University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication is a nonpartisan, interdisciplinary initiative that is committed to the emerging field of political communication.
The CPC supports collaborative, interdisciplinary teams of social scientists, who examine issues related to voting, civil rights and liberties, media effects, and intergroup relations.
The CPC's events and programs inspire public participation in politics, engaging the next generation of public service leaders, in the United States and abroad.
University of Delaware students expand their knowledge about political communication by minoring in political communication as undergraduates.
The CPC supports University of Delaware students and UD departments who conduct their own initiatives to support political communication, especially research and public events.
Ralph Begleiter, founding director of UD's Center for Political Communication, moderated Delaware Debates 2020.