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Watch: Minnesota's 8th Congressional District debate

This virtual forum is hosted by the Duluth News Tribune and the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Minnesota's 8th Congressional District Republican incumbent Rep. Pete Stauber, left, and Democratic candidate Quinn Nystrom. (Submitted photos)

Minnesota's 8th Congressional District forum between incumbent Rep. Pete Stauber (R) and candidate Quinn Nystrom (D) will take place at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

The live, virtual forum is co-hosted by the Duluth News Tribune and the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce. Moderators for the forum will be News Tribune editorial editor Chuck Frederick and Duluth Chamber President and CEO David Ross.

You can view the virtual forum below.

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This is the fourth in a series of forums this year sponsored by the News Tribune and Duluth Chamber that are being held virtually due to restrictions on gatherings and other necessary precautions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They all will be available for viewing live and for watching on demand later at duluthnewstribune.com.

All forums are “civility certified,” with the participation of Speak Your Peace: The Civility Project, an effort launched in 2003 by the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation that has since gone global. Duluthians can appreciate that the project remains active here.

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