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Supreme Court candidates to debate March 22

Published On: Feb 28 2013 03:23:26 PM CST

MADISON, Wis. -

The two candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court plan to debate March 22.

The debate organized by the State Bar of Wisconsin and We the People/Wisconsin is the only planned debate between the two candidates, although they have a number of other joint appearances scheduled.

Incumbent Justice Pat Roggensack faces Marquette University law school professor Ed Fallone in the April 2 election. The winner is elected to a 10-year term.

The debate will be before an audience at the State Bar Center in Madison and be moderated by WISC-TV anchor Eric Franke.

The debate will also feature questions from citizens.

The 7 p.m. debate will be recorded for broadcast at a later date by WISC-TV.

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