Bambenek Challenges Frerichs to Defend Record in Hour Long Debate

From the campaign of John Bambenek for State Senate (52nd District)…

CHAMPAIGN, IL (October 17, 2012) — State Senate Candidate John Bambenek today challenged Senator Frerichs to a Lincoln-Douglas style debate in the last several weeks of the campaign. Currently, there is no debate scheduled for the candidates focusing on the state budget. Bambenek has proposed the debate to be scheduled between October 29th and November 1st.

Mr. Bambenek also challenged Frerichs to defend his record. “I believe it is time voters can see the candidate address in depth the problems of the state budget instead of being fed a diet of fear-mongering talking points. You can’t say you stand up for downstate if you don’t stand by your record, and I challenge Senate Frerichs to do so,” stated Bambenek.

John Bambenek Is a candidate for the Illinois State Senate of the 52nd District.

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