State Senate candidates face off on radio

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Candidates for Pennsylvania’s 31st Senatorial District faced off in a live radio debate on Thursday.

The three-way race features Republican Mike Regan of Dillsburg, currently a state Representative and favored to claim the Senate seat being vacated by retiring legislator Pat Vance. Also seeking the open seat serving portions of Cumberland and York counties is Democrat Dr. John Bosha, a pharmacist from East Pennsboro Township, and Independent candidate Ken Gehosky, a high school teacher from Camp Hill.

Appearing on the Ken Matthews Show on Harrisburg’s Newsradio WHP580, the candidates sparred over the issues for one hour. Among the issues discussed were the 2015 state budget impasse, to economic and job growth and taxes and environmental regulation on energy producers.

To hear the entire debate, click here.


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