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Tampa mayor hopefuls Bob Buckhorn, Rose Ferlita to face off in live debate

TAMPA — Mayoral candidates Bob Buckhorn and Rose Ferlita meet Tuesday night in an hourlong debate.

The live debate is sponsored by the St. Petersburg Times and Bay News 9. It will be broadcast at 7 p.m. on Bay News 9.

Ferlita led the March 1 election with the most votes, followed by Buckhorn. Former mayoral candidates Tom Scott and Ed Turanchik have endorsed Buckhorn. Voters will pick Tampa's next mayor in a March 22 runoff.

The debate at Blake High School, 1701 N Boulevard, is free. Interested in getting seats? Call (813) 225-3109.

The debate can also be watched later on Bay News 9 On Demand, Channel 342 on Bright House.

Tampa mayor hopefuls Bob Buckhorn, Rose Ferlita to face off in live debate 03/08/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 8, 2011 1:02pm]
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