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Colbert-Busch and Sanford to debate Monday evening at the Citadel

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Former Governor, Mark Sanford and Elizabeth Colbert-Busch will debate Monday April 29 at 7pm in the Courvoisie Banquet Hall at the Citadel.

The top candidates for South Carolina's First Congressional District will meet Monday for the first and only scheduled debate. The sold-out, 75-minute Patch-sponsored debate will be live-streamed on Patch.com

Former Governor Mark Sanford and Elizabeth Colbert Busch will be questioned on federal spending, immigration, gun rights and other key topics in the race.

Panelists for the debate will be:  Shawn Drury, SC Political Editor, Patch; Ashley Byrd, News Director, S.C. Radio Network; Brendan Clark, News Anchor, WCBD-TV NBC News 2

The host for Monday's debate will be John Avlon, Sr. Columnist, Newsweek and the Daily Beast

WCBD News 2 will be live streaming the debate also.  Watch the debate live on www.counton2.com Monday at 7 p.m. WATCH THE DEBATE HERE

Get the latest Sanford/Colbert Busch debate news, information and analysis by following @scpatchpolitics on Twitter. Use the hashtag #sc1debate to join the conversation with other viewers and attendees.

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