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U.S. Senate Debate - DFL
Friday March 10, 2000
11 am - 1 pm

Click for audio Hour One (RealAudio) | Hour Two(RealAudio)

Hear audio from previous debates, and learn more about each of the candidates on MPR's Campaign 2000 Web section.

Ad Watch 2000
Minnesota Public Radio analyzes the political advertising of this campaign. Who finances them? Do they tell the truth? See our Ad Watch section.

Mike Ciresi
Jerry Janezich
Steve Kelley
David Lillehaug
Steve Miles
Rebecca Yanisch

Six candidates for the DFL nomination for U.S. Senate debated each other on a special edition of Minnesota Public Radio's Midday program. The six are debating for the second time. All are vying for the seat now held by Republican U.S. Senator Rod Grams.

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