WASHINGTON—With a showdown looming in Pennsylvania, a debate between Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) is in the works—for April 17 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
Clinton and Obama have accepted ABC's invitation for an April 16 debate in Philadelphia at the National Constitution Center.
Obama has said yes to a April 19 denate in North Carolina, moderated by Katie Couric and Bob Scheiffe, CBS News.
I hear that Rep. Bob Brady (D-Pa.), the Philadelphia Democratic boss—and an uncommitted superdelegate—is working to make the debate happen. The National Constitution Center—near historic Independence Hall and the new Liberty Bell Center—is in Brady’s district.
Philadelphia hosted a Democratic debate at the end of October, at Drexel University.