WASHINGTON (WEHT) — Vice Presidential debates typically don’t garner the same attention as those between candidates at the top of the ticket.
But, this has been anything but a typical election cycle.
Add to that, the historic nature of Harris’ run, and suddenly, voters are paying more attention to the Vice-Presidential side of things.
That’s a sentiment echoed by former South Bend, Indiana Mayor, Pete Buttigieg, who worked with Senator Harris in prepping for Wednesday night’s debate.
Buttigieg said, “I think this is a really special opportunity, as you know, the only Vice-Presidential debate that we’ll have. And, so, it creates a chance to see side-by-side, these two very different views of where the country ought to go.”
President Trump and Joe Biden are scheduled to face off again in their second debate on October 15.
(This story was originally published on October 8, 2020)
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