Price-Lawson Debate 2010 | Indy Week

Price-Lawson Debate 2010 

Who: U.S. Rep. David Price (D) and B.J. Lawson (R)
What: They debate the issues at a candidates' forum
When: Friday, Oct. 8, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Durham Transportation Center, second floor, 514 W. Pettigrew St.
Why: Democracy, dammit!

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Co-sponsored by Bull City Rising

This forum is open to the public. You can take the bus or if you arrive by car, parking is available on Willard and Jackson streets or in the parking garage immediately east of the center. Here is a map of the area:


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Price, the incumbent, represents the Fourth Congressional District, which covers Orange, Durham and parts of Northern Chatham and Western Wake counties. Check out this map to see if you live in the Fourth Congressional District: District Map

David Price
PriceForCongress.com
Price's Facebook Page
Price's completed Indy candidate questionnaire

B.J. Lawson
LawsonForCongress.com
Lawson's Facebook Page
Lawson's completed Indy candidate questionnaire

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