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Debate set in Broward for Florida Senate nominees


The Democratic and Republican nominees for U.S. Senate -- whoever they end up being -- will be invited to face off this fall in a statewide televised debate on Oct. 26.

The hour-long debate, organized by Leadership Florida and the Florida Press Association, will be broadcast live from Broward College's main campus in Davie, organizers announced Monday. It will be produced by WPBF 25, a Hearst-owned ABC affiliate out of West Palm Beach, with news partners across the state.

Voters will elect the nominees in the Aug. 30 primary.