Monday, July 02, 2012

Shipley, Mallicote Participate in First Debate
The two Republican Candidates for Tennessee’s Second District Congressional Race participated in their first public debate today in Colonial Heights. The debate, which was held at the Food City on Eastman Road, covered a variety of topics including healthcare, the economy and school vouchers. Though the two candidates agreed on many of the issues, Congressional candidate Ben Mallicote said that, if elected, would make educational reform his top priority. Representative Tony Shipley said that he would remain the committed legislator the second district needs and that he would focus on a number of issues this upcoming legislative year. The GOP primary election for the second district will be held on August 2. Voters can cast their ballots early on July 13. (hra)

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