DES MOINES, Iowa – On Saturday, U.S. Senator Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, and her Democratic challenger Theresa Greenfield clashed in their second debate in a race that is considered a toss-up.

The debate was aired WHO-TV (NBC) in Des Moines, KCAU-TV (ABC) in Sioux City, and WHBF-TV (CBS) in Davenport/Rock Island/Moline. WHO-TV hosted the debate and it was moderated by Dave Price, WHO 13 New Political Director. WHBF CBS 4 News anchor, Jim Niedelman, and KCAU ABC 9 anchor, Tim Seaman also posed questions.

The candidates also responded to questions asked by voters.

Watch the hour-long debate below.

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