Springfield 2012 U.S. Senate Debate
Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Scott Brown
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10, 2012
7pm live broadcast
Moderated by Jim Madigan of WGBY
at Symphony Hall, Springfield
Doors open at 5pm and close promptly at 6:30pm
TICKETS FOR THE DEBATE ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
But please tune in from home on your favorite local TV or radio station!
Fall 2012 marks an important time for politics in Massachusetts, when citizens will be casting their ballots for US Senator in a pivotal, nationally-followed Senate race.
This fall Massachusetts voters will be casting their ballots for US Senator in a pivotal, nationally-followed Senate race. This rare opportunity to experience the candidates discussing important issues in person will be the only Senate debate to occur in Western MA during the countdown to the November election.
Advance tickets are required for entry.
- Max 4 tickets per person. Large groups cannot be accommodated
- Doors open at 5pm but close at 6:30pm sharp for technical checks. Late seating will not be allowed.
- No campaign materials of any kind allowed at the debate
- Seating is General Admission– first-come, first-served. A seat number on the face of your ticket does not indicate an assigned seat but is merely for tracking capacity in the Hall.
- Tickets are available first-come, first-served and cannot be reserved, held or mailed.
Live broadcast from Symphony Hall on the following local TV and radio stations:
- CBS 3
- FOX 6
- WFCR 88.5FM
- WGBY 57 (PBS)
- WWLP 22.2 (NBC- secondary station only)
Tickets are available from these Debate Consortium partners:
Forum via EDC SOLD OUT
MassLive.com SOLD OUT
New England Public Radio (WFCR) SOLD OUT
The Daily Hampshire Gazette SOLD OUT
The Republican SOLD OUT
University of Massachusetts, Amherst SOLD OUT
Valley Press Club SOLD OUT
Western New England University SOLD OUT
WGBY, Western New England Public Television SOLD OUT
WGGB: ABC40 and FOX 6 SOLD OUT
WSHM, CBS 3 SOLD OUT
WWLP, NBC 22 SOLD OUT
Tickets are general admission, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis only.