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Voters To Discuss Debate During Live Blog

November 2, 2012, 5:52 PM by Shawn Neisteadt

Voters To Discuss Debate During Live Blog
SIOUX FALLS, SD - has a list of resources to help guide you through the 2012 election.  As Republican Congresswoman Kristi Noem and Democratic challenger Matt Varilek face off in their only commercial television debate, you can take part.

In addition to following the conversation on TV, through our KELOLAND Facebook page and the KELOLAND Twitter Feed, Friday night's debate between Noem and Varilek will feature a live blog on

To take part in that, simply go to's US House Race page.

To participate, you simply sign in. When the area goes live during the debate, you'll be able to chime in and let everyone know what you think as the candidates answer the viewer-submitted questions.

In addition to enhancing Friday night's blog, you can also use the Campaign 2012 section to find more information before voting on Tuesday. Those resources are available for South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota voters.

It's another way KELOLAND News and have you covered for the election.

The hour-long debate begins at 7 p.m. CDT on KELOLAND TV and

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