White House Press Secretary
Sen. Michael Bennet
Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate from Colorado
Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate from Colorado
This Sunday, with less than three weeks before the mid-term elections, all eyes are on the White House, and the stakes for November 2nd and beyond. As the president continues making the case for Democrats, we’ll have an exclusive conversation with White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs to get an inside look at the Obama administration’s game plan to keep Democrats in power on the Hill, and the president’s agenda when it comes to all the big issues post-election: the economy, taxes, foreign policy and more.
Then, our "Meet the Press" Senate Debate 2010 series continues with the showdown in Colorado. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet squares off with Republican Ken Buck on all the issues that matter most to the nation and to Colorado: the economy, taxes, health care, immigration and more.
In keeping with the broadcast's commitment to bringing the Sunday morning conversation to the online community, "Meet the Press" has partnered with Facebook as a unique way to integrate questions directly from voters in the debates. Each week, viewers can go to www.facebook.com/meetthepress and suggest a question about the issue that matters most to them. The program will then select a question to be presented to the candidates during the live debate. Facebook will also be promoting these questions on their U.S. Politics Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/uspolitics).
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