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Flashback to Delaware Debates 2010: Candidates for Delaware's U.S. House of Representatives seat meet in Mitchell Hall.
Delaware Debates 2020 is structured to encourage substantive discussion of important issues. It is the intent of the producers to encourage discussion rather than deliver scripted answers.
Candidates and campaigns have a right to make sure the rules and format of a debate are fair and applied. The producers expect that all participants will strictly adhere to the established rules without exception.
Please direct any questions or concerns about debate ground rules, format, logistics, or petitions for candidate inclusion to Nancy Karibjanian, Director of the Center for Political Communication.
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