Absolutely, there will be debates, says the spokesman for Rep. Jerry McNerney, the freshman Democrat who will run against GOP nominee Dean Andal in the November general election.
“We have to work out the details,” said McNerney spokesman Andy Stone. “Of course, McNerney’s first priority is the job he has been hired to do, which is to represent the district.”
Andal sent a letter yesterday asking McNerney to participate in public debates in every city in the district.
That sounds good.