The 11th Plymouth District State Rep candidates Claire Cronin (D-Easton) and Dan Murphy (R-Easton) debated on Brockton Community Access earlier this month.
Topics included jobs, the economy, retiree health insurance, and schools.
The debate was moderated by Brockton Community Access general manager Mark Linde and a panel consisted of Brockton Democratic City Committee Chair Steven Foote and Brockton Republican City Committee member David Heidke.
Murphy, an accountant and selectman, and Cronin, a mediator, are looking to replace Geraldine Creedon (D-Brockton) in the state legislature. The district is made up of Precincts 1-5 in Easton and all of Ward 1, Ward 3-D, Ward 7-C and 7-D in Brockton.
Cronin was unable to participate in an Easton debate because of the death of her mother, which caused her to cancel campaign obligations.
Browse through the debate by clicking the videos above.
To read more about Claire Cronin, click here.
To read more about Dan Murphy, click here.