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Incumbent Delaware Sen. Thomas Carper (D) and Republican challenger Jan Ting debate issues. Hosted by WHYY-TV, Oct. 20, 2006, Wilmington, Delaware.
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from Deleware 2006 Senate Debate (number of quotes indicated):
- Jan Ting (4)
- Tom Carper (6)
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| OnTheIssues.org excerpts: (click on issues for details)
Tom Carper: Introduce market forces into our schools.
Tom Carper: Keep lid on North Korea until reunification, like Germany.
Jan Ting: Lobbyists should not be allowed to donate to legislators.
Tom Carper: I never received any money from Jack Abramoff.
Jan Ting: Comprehensive immigration reform is a defeatist solution.
Tom Carper: No one proposes that illegal aliens receive Social Security.
Principles & Values|
Jan Ting: Things are broken in Washington DC, and Iím outraged.
Tom Carper: Iíve built bipartisan coalitions in the US Senate.
War & Peace|
Jan Ting: Cooperate with China and Russia on North Korea.
Tom Carper: Multinational embargo, not unilateral, against North Korea.
The above quotations are from Incumbent Delaware Sen. Thomas Carper (D) and Republican challenger Jan Ting debate issues. Hosted by WHYY-TV, Oct. 20, 2006, Wilmington, Delaware..