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The U.S. Senate candidates, incumbent Tom Carper and challenger Rob Arlett, shake hands before their debate on October 17, 2018.
Because Delaware Debates falls during the "pre-election period" (30 days or less before election), all candidates who meet the criteria established by the Debate Advisory Standards Project (a joint project of Pew Center and Knight Center) and have demonstrated a serious purpose and have gathered the necessary public support (as explained below), will be invited to debate. To demonstrate the seriousness of purpose plus significant public support to be included in debates during the pre-election period, the candidate shall meet all legal qualifications to hold the office and shall have qualified for the ballot. In addition, the candidate must meet one or more of the following inclusion criteria:
If a candidate believes that he or she is eligible for inclusion in Delaware Debates by these standards, the candidate must notify Nancy Karibjanian, Director, Center for Political Communication, University of Delaware, or Jane Vincent, President, Delaware Public Media, in writing no later than 10 days before the scheduled debate. The candidate must include all paperwork to support his or her petition for inclusion.
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