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When and Where to Watch Key Debates within the Midterm Elections


Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, a Republican, will debate his Democratic challenger, Representative Charlie Crist, at 7 p.m. Eastern time. The controversy was originally scheduled for Oct. 12 but was postponed due to Hurricane Ian.

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, a Democrat, and Dr. Mehmet Oz, a Republican, are running for Senate in Pennsylvania and can debate at 8 p.m. Eastern time. A livestream will probably be available online.

In Maine, Gov. Janet T. Mills, a Democrat, will debate former Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican. The controversy will begin at 7 p.m. Eastern time.

Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado, a Democrat, will debate Joe O’Dea, a Republican, at 9 p.m. Eastern time. The event will probably be streamed live.

The candidates for governor of Minnesota, Mr. Walz and Mr. Jensen, will debate again at 8 p.m. Eastern time. A livestream will probably be available online.

Cheri Beasley, a Democratic former chief justice of the State Supreme Court, and Representative Ted Budd, who’re competing for a Senate seat in North Carolina, met for a debate in Raleigh. Mr. Budd, a Republican, tried to color the race as a referendum on President Biden, while Ms. Beasley sought to tie her opponent to election denialism and former President Donald J. Trump.

Read: ‘The Key Issues That Defined North Carolina’s Senate Debate’

Mr. Johnson and Mr. Barnes previously met for a debate in Madison that put their ideological differences on full display: Mr. Barnes embraced progressive ideas like marijuana legalization and the defense of Black Lives Matter protesters, while Mr. Johnson derided efforts to curb climate change.

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