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Louisiana senate candidates set for second statewide debate

Louisiana's major U.S. Senate candidates seldom have shared the same stage.

However, Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and retired Air Force Colonel Rob Maness will meet Wednesday night for only their second statewide, televised debate.

The debate is co-sponsored by Raycom Media, the Manship School, public radio station WRKF of Baton Rouge and LSU Student Government and will be broadcast on the following stations:

WYES-News Orleans, and/or WVUE depending on the schedule of the World Series on Fox;

WAFB-Baton Rouge;

KPLC-Lake Charles and Lafayette;

KSLA-Shreveport;

KAQY/ABC-Monroe;

and KALB-Alexandria.

The debate, to be held on the LSU campus, will take place at 7 p.m.

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