Presidential Debate in Richmond?

Kaelble, Steve
April 2007
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr2007, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p5
The article reports on Richmond, Indiana's bid to host a presidential debate. Jim Dinkle, head of the Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County, suggested inviting the 2008 presidential candidates to town for a debate. The said debate is expected to bring an economic impact of more than $40 million. Mayor Sally Hutton said that the 2008 general election season will have at least two presidential debates and at least one for the vice presidential aspirants.


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