Republican Representative Jim Banks is seeking his third term in office and went head-to-head with Democratic nominee Chip Coldiron.
Both candidates made their case in the half hour debate, held in Bluffton, Indiana. Topics ranged from the Coronavirus response, to immigration, healthcare and the policing system.
Banks criticized democrats for wanting tougher restrictions and for being what Banks calls "radical." Coldiron fired back, saying he's a moderate.
Both candidates sparred on how to hold school during a pandemic.
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