PHOENIX -- The first and only debate between candidates in Arizona's 2010 race for the U.S. Senate was hosted by KTVK-3TV on Sunday.
Incumbent Senator John McCain (R), faced his Democratic challenger Rodney Glassman, Libertarian Party candidate David Nolan and Green Party candidate Jerry Joslyn.
The debate aired live on KTVK 3TV and online at azfamily.com. The commercial-free broadcast lasted about an hour and fifteen minutes.
"Politics Unplugged" host and veteran political reporter Frank Camacho served as moderator for the debate.
This was the third live debate hosted by KTVK during this election cycle. Two debates between Democratic and Republican candidates for U.S. Senate were also held at KTVK prior to Arizona's August 24 primary.
"With less than two months left in this election season, 3TV is proud to be the only Arizona station to bring these candidates together to discuss the important issues facing our state, our country," said KTVK Executive News Director Brad Remington.
Also online many of you shared your comments on the debate as it happened as part of azfamily.com's live blog.
The debate is broken up into four parts for you to view online in case you missed any of what the candidates had to say Sunday evening.
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