Watch live: 6th district candidates debate in Atlanta 


Below is a live stream of third debate in a series of five debates and forums in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District special election. 

This debate, which is set to start at 5 p.m., is hosted by the Atlanta Press Club at the Georgia-Pacific auditorium in Atlanta. The event is going on as planned and will not be delayed by bad weather in and around Atlanta. 

Click play to watch the debate. 

A field of 18 candidates is running to fill the congressional seat that Tom Price vacated to become the secretary of health and human services. The election is set for April 18, and with such a large number of candidates, a runoff is almost certain. It would be held June 20.

This debate is currently the only scheduled event to feature all 18 candidates. 

You can read more about the candidates and issues here

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