Republican nominee for Governor Ken Cuccinelli says he wants to debate Democrat Terry McAuliffe in seven additional venues this year. Cuccinelli has suggested several places for a debate with McAuliffe, including one here in the Fifth Congressional District. He’s proposing a debate in Danville which would be sponsored by UVA’s Sorenson Institute. His other suggestions include two debates in Tidewater and one apiece in Roanoke, Southwest Virginia, the Richmond area, and a rural community that McAuliffe would choose. Cuccinelli (pictured) criticized McAuliffe’s approach to government during weekend campaign stops in Culpeper, Goochland and Hanover. McAuliffe and Cuccinelli have already agreed to a pair of debates. The first will be during a Virginia Bar Association meeting this Saturday at the Homestead in Bath County, and the other will be hosted by the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce this September.
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