Texas Congressional Candidate Rick Walker Challenges Kathaleen Wall to Debate for Third Time
With early voting beginning tomorrow, Walker calls for debate
HOUSTON, February 19, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Today, Rick Walker, candidate for U.S. Congress in Texas’ 2nd Congressional District, is once again challenging Kathaleen Wall to a live-streamed debate. Walker has previously challenged Wall and others to debates on Dec. 11 and Jan. 1, so this is the third time. There has yet to be a debate in this election; only forums have been held so far.
Republican Candidate Rick Walker said, “With weighty issues facing our nation, it’s worth taking the time to understand the differences between these two candidates who have been polling in the top two for the past several weeks, according to third-party WPAintel. As I said before: I am ready to take a stand!”
Kingwood resident Rick Walker and Memorial-area resident Kathaleen Wall are both running to replace retiring GOP Congressman Ted Poe for Texas’ 2nd Congressional District of the U.S. Congress.
“Kathaleen Wall has not accepted either of my calls for a series of debates and walked out of the largest forum of the election season. I’m reissuing my challenge to Mrs. Wall, asking her to join me in a one-on-one public debate,” said Rick. “With our values under attack by Democrats nationwide, Texans deserve someone who will not shrink from a fight, who will walk towards the fire. I am willing to debate Mrs. Wall any time and any place.”
Specifics will be released if Walker and his team ever hear back from Mrs. Wall's campaign. Walker recommends the other seven candidates select the moderator, venue and each submit two questions at the start of the debate, which would then be randomly drawn and answered by both debating candidates. Walker recommends no prior disclosure of the questions to be made before the debate, no note cards and no earpieces allowed.
Source: Rick Walker for Congress