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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and her Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell debated on Sunday morning in the final gubernatorial debate of 2018. The debate was hosted by KWQC-TV 6 and the Quad-City Times. 

I don’t know whose bright idea it was to have a debate on Sunday morning at 8:00a so I doubt very many people watched live. Fortunately, it was streamed on Facebook so you can watch below. The Facebook video is missing the opening statements and the first question, you can catch those segments (and the rest) here.

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