RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — All four Democratic U.S. Senate candidates seeking to replace Republican Richard Burr have agreed to appear in a television debate next week.
WRAL-TV reported that all of the Democrats will participate in the half-hour debate at the station on the evening of Feb. 25. The candidates are Kevin Griffin of Durham, Ernest Reeves of Greenville, Chris Rey of Spring Lake and Deborah Ross of Raleigh.
Their primary is March 15. In-person early voting begins March 3.
Burr is in a primary with three other Republicans. There are no televised debates planned for the GOP field. Libertarian Sean Haugh is also running for the Senate.