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Boxer and Fiorina 2nd Debate in Pasadena at 1 PM Today

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Rival candidates Barbara Boxer (D) and Carly Fiorina (R) are scheduled to go head to head this afternoon in their second debate, according to the Pasadena Star-News.

The incumbent will face the newcomer for an hour-long debate held at the Pasadena studio of KPCC-FM (89.3). The debate will be split into three-and-half minute segments, during which time "Los Angeles Times columnist Patt Morrison and La Opinion Metro Editor Gabriel Lerner will alternate asking questions and follow-ups."

This may be the last debate between the candidates held ahead of the November vote. You can listen to it live on KPCC, or online via KPCC or La Opinon. "While the first debate between the two rivals was a 'face off' aired on television stations across the state," remarks the Sac Bee, "this round will be limited to candidates 'sounding off' on the issues," as this meet-up will not be televised.