The Utah Debate Commission and ABU Education Fund and John R. Park Debate Society are hosting two candidate debate series to help voters better understand the candidates and their positions. Debates are a great way to gauge who the candidates are and how you feel about them to become an #InformedVoter come election Day.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
- Mark your calendar to attend candidate debates!
- Some debates have already passed, but you can still catch them via online streaming at the links below.
- Not sure what State House or Senate districts you live in? Enter your address at vote.utah.gov and select “Elected Officials”. You can find every incumbent currently representing you at every level of government along with your Congressional District, State House District and State Senate District. Make a note of your districts for future reference!
- Find out how to learn more about who’s on your ballot here.
Utah Candidate Debate Schedule
- Mon, September 17 in St. George: 2nd Congressional Debate at Dixie State University, 6-7p
- Tues, September 18 in Murray: Senate District 8 Debate at Longview Elementary, 7p
- Wed, September 19 in Sandy: House District 32 Debate at Lone Peak Elementary, 7p
- Wed, October 3 in Harrisville: House District 8 Debate at Orion Junior High, 7p
- Wed, October 3 in Salt Lake City: Salt Lake District Attorney Debate at S.J. Quinney School of Law, 7p
- Tues, October 9 in Orem: Utah County Attorney Debate at Utah Valley University, 7p
- Tues, October 9 in Cedar City: Senate Debate at Southern Utah University, 6-7p
- Mon, October 15 in Sandy: 4th Congressional Debate at Salt Lake Community College, 6-7p
- Wed, October 17 in Logan: 1st Congressional Debate at Utah State University, 6-7p
- Tues, October 23 in Orem: 3rd Congressional Debate at Utah Valley University, 6-7p
To find out more about what’s on your ballot and voting procedures, click here.