Sep 30, 2016 10:23 PM
NORTH CONWAY – After trading fire from a distance for months, Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte and her Democratic challenger Gov. Maggie Hassan fired away in person Friday as they faced off in their first U.S. Senate debate.
The two candidates disagree over just about every issue brought up at the Mount Washington Valley Economic Council debate, from Social Security and Medicare to national security and the Iranian nuclear deal to Northern Pass, the environment, illegal immigration, and how to prevent gun violence.
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