VIDEO: Middletown's Mayoral Debate Gets All Three Candidates Sparring

Middletown's mayoral candidates meet, greet and debate.

Middletown's last mayoral debate before Election Day on Nov. 8 took place Tuesday at the Wesleyan Hills Barns. All three candidates — Mayor Sebastian N. Giuliano, Democrat Councilman Dan Drew, and Independent City Treasurer Christine Bourne — took part.

The to the candidates ahead of time. Items related to the Board of Education evoked a lively and sometimes heated discussion.

Video editor's note: I cut a few questions out to save some time in this video.

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Darrell Lucas October 27, 2011 at 07:59 PM
@ 12:59 is the question that causes all candidates to use their rebuttals. Topic B.O.E.
John Brush October 27, 2011 at 09:26 PM
So far Darrell I have watched about half of your video but from what I have seen I believe you have made an enormous contribution to public understanding of the issues facing Middletown for Election 2011. Thank you!
Darrell Lucas October 27, 2011 at 09:58 PM
Thank you john.
Heidi October 28, 2011 at 10:45 PM
Thank you for taking the time to post this video. I was not able to attend this debate in person and was glad that I could watch and see each candidate respond to questions. It will help me to make an informed decision on election day. Keep up the good work.


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