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Gary Peters Freaks Out, Cancels Debates on Campaign Trail Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Oct 9, 2014, 10:41 PM

Gary Peters, a Democrat, is running for Senate in Michigan. Nevertheless, he refuses to debate his GOP opponent, Terri Lynn Land.

The Daily Caller reports that, "Democratic Michigan Senate candidate Rep. Gary Peters still refuses to debate his Republican opponent Terri Lynn Land, despite a previous promise to do so."

Land spokeswoman Heather Swift is quoted as saying that, “Gary Peters and his campaign are doing everything they can to avoid debating Terri Lynn Land, including lying. Terri stands ready to debate Gary Peters, but Peters obviously has cold feet and has resorted to lies and attacking respected journalist Chuck Stokes.”

According to the Daily Caller, "Peters announced in a press release in June that he had accepted three debate invitations, called on Land to meet him in the debating halls, slammed her for not holding public events, and published an open letter to Land in which he declared, “I propose five public, televised, town-hall style debates across our state on the issues that I’ve heard through this listening tour and that matter the most to our future and all of our families as Michiganders.”

Gary Peters poll numbers are beginning to dip as his campaign is hitting panic mode.

To read the entire article from the Daily Caller, link here:

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