Colorado House candidates set to debate at Pueblo Community College

With the midterm elections just two months away, Pueblo voters got the chance to hear from Republican and Democratic candidates for the Colorado House of Representatives at Pueblo Community College Tuesday evening.

Some of the candidates for this year’s election have previously been on the ballot, but none are incumbents. They sparred Tuesday on divisive issues such as abortion access and election security, but also found common ground when discussing water rights and advocating for southern Colorado.

Dozens of attendees came out to the debates, which were coordinated by the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce and moderated by former Chieftain editor Steve Henson.

The Tuesday night series was the first of three nights of local debates scheduled this week. A gubernatorial debate and speeches from congressional candidates are scheduled for Sept. 28.

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