Wisconsin Attorney General candidates Brad Schimel and Josh Kaul will debate for the first time Friday, Oct. 12 on Wisconsin Public Television starting at 7:30 p.m.
The debate will be held at WPT studios on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. It will also be broadcast live on Wisconsin Public Radio and streamed online at wpt.org, wpr.org and WisconsinVote.org.
The debate will occur less than one month before the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6 that will decide whether Schimel, the Republican incumbent, or Kaul, a Democrat and former federal prosecutor, will win a four-year term as Wisconsin Attorney General.
WPT’s Frederica Freyberg and WPR’s Shawn Johnson will moderate the debate, with additional questions coming from audience submissions online. Persons wishing to submit questions may do so on wpt.org.
Wisconsin Attorney General Debate 2018 is part of the partnership’s yearlong 2018 WisconsinVote.org election coverage.