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    Debate opens forum for computer users

    By Times staff writer

    © St. Petersburg Times, published October 12, 2000


    Candidates for Florida's open U.S. Senate seat face off in a debate tonight, in which computer users are invited to submit questions.

    The two-hour public television debate sponsored by WPBT in West Palm Beach is to feature Republican U.S. Rep. Bill McCollum, Democratic Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson and Willie Logan, the Democratic state representative running as an independent. The first half of the two-hour debate will include questions from a panel. The second half will include e-mail questions.

    The "Web cast" debate can be viewed live at the Internet site: www.wedu.org. Organizers say people can e-mail questions any time today, and they may be put to the candidates. The first hour of the debate will be broadcast on WEDU and on WUFT at 8 p.m. Sunday.

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