by Pam Zubeck
Three of four candidates for U.S. Senate will appear at a debate in Pueblo on Wednesday sponsored by Action 22, Inc., a civic advocacy organization.
On the Republican side, Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck and former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton will appear.
Democrat Andrew Romanoff, former Colorado House speaker, also will be on hand. But his opponent, the incumbent Michael Bennet, will be in session in Washington, D.C., and won't attend.
Tickets that include lunch are $35 per person ($25 for Action 22 members). Group tables for eight can be purchased for $240. To see the forum without lunch, it's $5 per person.
For reservations, call 888/799-1799 or visit action22.org.