KEENE, N.H. (AP) - The five Republican candidates seeking to challenge Democratic incumbent Paul Hodes this November for his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives are scheduled to appear in Keene tonight for a 90-minute debate.
The race to represent New Hampshire's 2nd District will pit Hodes, of Concord, against 1 of the following: Grant Bosse of Hillsboro; Bob Clegg of Hudson, Jennifer Horn of Nashua; Alfred L'Eplattenier of Rindge or Jim Steiner of Concord. They will face off in the primary election on September 9th.
Tonight's debate will be moderated by Cheshire County Attorney Peter Heed.
(7 p.m., Keene Public Library's Fox Room).