From left: Kimberly Graham, Theresa Greenfield, Eddie Mauro, and Michael Franken

JOHNSTON, Iowa – Iowa PBS hosted a debate on Monday evening between the four candidates for the Democratic nomination in Iowa’s U.S. Senate race. The debate precedes the June 2nd primary and is the first of three debates being held this week.

Michael Franken of Sioux City, Kimberly Graham of Indianola, Theresa Greenfield of Des Moines, and Eddie Mauro of Des Moines are the debate participants.

The debate was moderated by David Yepsen, host of Iowa Press, and Kay Henderson, news director of Radio Iowa, will joined him.

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