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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Netroots Gubernatorial Debate Thread

Next Wednesday, April 29, beginning at 7:30 p.m., Virginia gubernatorial candidates, Brian Moran, Terry McAuliffe, and Creigh Deeds will take questions at Virginia Tech. The debate will be hosted by Not Larry Sabato, Huffington Post, Firedoglake, and the Collegiate Times.

All questions will come through the new media. You can submit your question to You Tube and then drop an email to the organizers, You also can Twitter your question, or simply leave the question in my comments section and I'll get it to the organizers.

Please make sure you include your city and state so organizers will know where the question is coming from.

The debate will be carried on C-Span, with live feed.

2 comments:

V. Katta said...

I have a question for all of the candidates.

As a student in gifted education attending school in Matoaca, Virginia, the horribly lack of interest in funding gifted education is obvious. From under-funding, to under-staffing, Gifted Education has become the simple program required to redistrict kids to get failing schools better grades. It is evident that there is a problem when Gifted Education is less of a priority as Special Education. My question is, would you support State money going to support and expand Gifted Education programs across the commonwealth.

Matthew Gabriele said...

An education question, here in Blacksburg. Everyone talks about the place of the sciences and their importance for the future of the commonwealth, but I have a different question. How do we protect the Arts & Humanities? What role do you see them playing in Virginia's future?