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KSEE24, Your Local Election Headquarters, Announces Series of California Debates

October 19, 2018

FRESNO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 19, 2018--Fresno’s NBC television affiliate will be the broadcast home to two (2) upcoming Congressional Debates on Thursday, October 25 and Tuesday, October 30, 2018.

Evan Onstot, KSEE24 anchor and host of ‘Sunday Morning Matters’ weekly political program will be the moderator; he has moderated several congressional, assembly & mayoral debates in the recent past as well as a Gubernatorial Primary debate earlier this year. “It’s an honor to moderate debates of this importance to our community,” Evan commented. “It also exemplifies KSEE24’s year-round political commitment to our viewers. I’m looking forward to giving the candidates the chance to separate themselves on issues that matter most.”

Details are as follows:

“We expect that this debate will allow candidates to share their vision for the future of their respective districts and to discuss substantive issues affecting their potential constituents,” stated KSEE24’s Vice President & General Manager, Matthew Rosenfeld.

In addition to watching the debates on KSEE24 television, viewers can watch a live stream of the debates on the YourCentralValley.com website or app from any PC, tablet or smartphone.

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CONTACT: for KSEE24

Matthew Rosenfeld, 559-222-2411

VP/General Manager

mrosenfeld@nexstar.tv

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA

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SOURCE: KSEE24

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