The three Republicans running for U.S. Senate in Indiana will face off in their fourth and final debate this evening at 7p on WSLM 97.9 FM.
With just over a week before the May 8 primary, the debate represents one last chance for the candidates — Luke Messer, Todd Rokita and Mike Braun — to land a blow in what has become one of the messiest Senate races in the U.S..
The final debate, organized by the nonpartisan Indiana Debate Commission, will begin at 7 p.m. at the studios of WFYI in Indianapolis. A live stream will be carried on wslmradio.com (click the link HERE).
The debate will include questions submitted by the public and reviewed by members of the debate commission.
Abdul Hakim-Shabazz, a political blogger and WIBC radio personality, will moderate the debate.
The Senate race, which has been deemed the nastiest GOP primary in the nation, will determine who gets a shot at incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly.
The seat is one of a handful likely to determine which party controls the Senate after the November election.