DuVal, Ducey show sharp differences in Tucson debate

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By Joe Ferguson

Democrat candidate for governor Fred DuVal clashed with his Republican rival, Doug Ducey, on Thursday night on issues ranging from driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants to education and taxes.

But it might have been Libertarian Party candidate Barry Hess who stole the show at times.

While sometimes short on specifics, Hess suggested he could build a monorail from Flagstaff to Tucson and massive new aqueducts to bring more water into the state and that adults might find a cheap alternative to the state’s three universities by taking free classes online at some of the nations’ top schools including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

More than 400 people attended the debate between the three gubernatorial candidates at the Tucson Jewish Community Center on East River Road.

The candidates answered roughly a dozen questions coming from the sponsors of the event as well as from the audience.

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