Boxer and Fiorina Agree to Second Debate
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) _ Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer and Republican challenger Carly Fiorina have agreed to their second debate, which will be at the end of the month on a Pasadena public radio station.
Fiorina’s campaign announced Thursday that the two candidates will face off Sept. 29 in the radio debate hosted by KPCC Public Radio and La Opinion.
The 1 p.m. debate will be held KPCC’s studio in Pasadena and streamed online.
Boxer and Fiorina held their first debate earlier this month at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga. The two exchanged jabs on taxes, the economy and their records.
Fiorina called Boxer an agent of big government spending, while Boxer criticized Fiorina for serving the interests of billionaires, rather than average Americans.