Three candidates vying to become the commonwealth’s fiscal watchdog will debate in suburban Harrisburg this Friday. The Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) and Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents’ Association (PLCA) have teamed up to host the debate at the Widener School of Law.
Democrat Eugene DePasquale, Republican John Maher and Libertarian Betsy Summers are all confirmed. There is no incumbent in the race as Auditor General Jack Wagner is currently wrapping up his second and final term.
The public is invited to the debate, which will take place in room A180 of the Law School Administration Building. Doors open at 6pm, and the debate begins at 7pm on Friday, September 21st. If you can’t make it in person, the event will be broadcast live on PCN TV.