Tucson, Arizona 2020-10-18 16:00:00 –
Tired of people yelling out on social media about electoral fraud and voter oppression?
The University of Arizona will host a more civilized discussion on this topic on Thursday, October 22, as part of its debate series.
Four undergraduates are paired and squared on the other side of one central resolution. “Our electoral system is fair and not fraudulent.”
The forum covers topics such as voter oppression, fraud, and gerrymandering, said Ted McRoof, UA Debate Coach and Executive Director of the Debate Series.
“We always try to sync with what’s happening now,” he said.
The one-hour event will begin at 7 pm and will be broadcast live on the UA Debate Series Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Participants are asked to vote for the resolution before and after the debate, and the winner is determined by the number of viewers who have changed their minds.
The focus will be on the 2020 elections, so keep up with the latest national and local politics.