Gore, Bradley Agree to TV Debate
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Vice President and Al Gore have agreed to participate in a nationally televised debate less than a week before the March 7 primaries in California, New York, and 12 other states, the Los Angeles Times said today.
The newspaper and CNN are co-sponsoring the debate, which will be broadcast by CNN from the Times’ downtown office on March 1. The voting six days later marks the single biggest day on the primary calendar.
The Times and CNN also are trying to set up a debate among Republican presidential contenders on March 2.