Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Pam Keith, of Miami, is accusing WFTV Channel 9 in Orlando of “blatant racism and sexism” for its decision to hold only a “one-on-one” debate between the two leading primary candidates, Democratic U.S. Reps. Patrick Murphy and Alan Grayson. The station said only Murphy and Grayson met its threshold to participate by polling at 15 percent or higher.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Pam Keith, of Miami, is accusing WFTV Channel 9 in Orlando of “blatant racism and sexism” for its decision to hold only a “one-on-one” debate between the two leading primary candidates, Democratic U.S. Reps. Patrick Murphy and Alan Grayson. The station said only Murphy and Grayson met its threshold to participate by polling at 15 percent or higher. Pam Keith’s U.S. Senate campaign
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Pam Keith, of Miami, is accusing WFTV Channel 9 in Orlando of “blatant racism and sexism” for its decision to hold only a “one-on-one” debate between the two leading primary candidates, Democratic U.S. Reps. Patrick Murphy and Alan Grayson. The station said only Murphy and Grayson met its threshold to participate by polling at 15 percent or higher. Pam Keith’s U.S. Senate campaign

U.S. Senate candidate says it’s ‘racism, sexism’ to exclude her from debate

July 27, 2016 12:27 PM

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