With state elections little over two weeks away and early voting starting Monday, candidates are making their final pitches to voters. KBBI’s Aaron Bolton caught up with House District 31 incumbent Paul Seaton to talk about how he’s speaking to voters about the state’s budget gap, broad-based taxes and crime.
Seaton is facing Republican candidate Sarah Vance. KBBI has reached out to Vance for an interview. We’re still waiting to hear back. Election Day is on Nov. 6.
The District 31 Republican Party is imposing stipulations on when, where and how its nominee, Sarah Vance, will debate incumbent and former Republican Paul Seaton.
In an email to the Homer Chamber of Commerce and local press, Party Chair Nona Safra said the party will not approve any debates taking place in establishments where alcohol is served. Safra also noted that the “time, date, moderator and location” will be subject to her approval. The party is also prohibiting their candidate from participating in any debates prior to Oct. 15.