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The Campaign Finance Board (CFB) is pleased to announce that the first mayoral debate for the 2017 General Election will be held on Tuesday, October 10th.

Doors will open to ticket holders at 6 p.m. and close promptly at 6:45 p.m., so please arrive early. There will be absolutely no admittance after 6:45p.m.

NYC Mayoral Debate:

· Bill de Blasio

· Nicole Malliotakis

· Bo Dietl

Moderator: Errol Louis, NY1

Panelists: Grace Rauh, NY1
Juan Manuel Benitez, NY1 Noticias
Brian Lehrer, WNYC
Gloria Pazmino, Politico New York

Broadcasters: NY1 / NY1 Noticias (TV)
WNYC (Radio)

Notice to attendees:
- Tickets are required for entry

- No admittance after 6:45P

- No signs or props of any kind will be permitted inside the debate hall

Sponsors: Spectrum News NY1, Spectrum NY1 Noticias, WNYC, Politico New York, Citizens Union, Civic Hall, Open Debate Coalition, Intelligence Squared US, Latino Leadership Institute

Candidates who participate in the matching funds program and meet nonpartisan, objective and nondiscriminatory criteria set by the CFB and its debate sponsors must participate in the debates. Candidates who do not participate in the matching funds program may be invited to participate in the debates, if they meet the same criteria. For a summary of the debate law, criteria for qualifying to debate, and other information about the debates, please visit the CFB website.

The CFB has administered the Debate Program in every citywide election since 1997. The debates are a core component of NYC Votes, the CFB's nonpartisan voter engagement campaign. Individual debates are sponsored by outside media and civic groups. NYC Votes is the non-partisan voter engagement campaign of the New York City Campaign Finance Board and its Voter Assistance Advisory Committee. In addition to promoting voter registration, participation, and civic engagement in New York City through its many programs and partnerships, NYC Votes sponsors the city's official Debate Program and produces the citywide Voter Guide.