How to watch the Republican Pennsylvania Governor’s Debate | WDVM25 and DCW50

(WHTM) – Four of the Republican Party candidates vying to replace Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and will likely face Josh Shapiro in the November primary will debate in Harrisburg on Wednesday.

Lou Barletta, Doug Mastriano, Bill McSwain and Dave White will debate from abc27 studio in Harrisburg beginning at 8 p.m. on April 27.

The debate will be broadcast to all 67 counties in the Keystone State and broadcast live to millions more.

Here’s how to watch the U.S. Senate debate from Democratic Pennsylvania

The US Senate debate aired on the following stations and websites:

Station Network Market Station website Social
WHTM-TV ABC Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon, York, Pennsylvania Abc27.com @abc27news
WJET-TV ABC Erie, Pennsylvania YourErie.com @jetfoxyourerie
WFXP-TV FOX Erie, Pennsylvania YourErie.com @jetfoxyourerie
MyYTV-TV MyNetworkTV Youngstown, Ohio WKBN.com @33wytv
WBRE-TV NBC Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Hazleton, Pennsylvania Pahomepage.com @eyewitnessnewstv
WTAJ-TV SCS Johnstown, Altoona, State College, Pennsylvania Wearecentralpa.com @wtajtv
WPHL-TV MyNetworkTV Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Phl17.com @Phil17
WPXI-TV NBC Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Wpxi.com @wpxi

In addition, the US Senate debate was broadcast on the following websites:

Station Network Market (Counties) Station website Social
WETM-TV NBC Elmira, NY (Tioga) mytwintiers.com @wetm18news
WPIX-TV C.W. New York, NY (Monroe) Pix11.com @pix11news
WIVB-TV SCS Buffalo, New York (McKean, Potter) Wivb.com @News4buffalo
WIVT-TV ABC Binghamton, NY Binghamtonhomepage.com @NewsChannel34
WDVM-TV INDIANA Washington, D.C. (Fulton) Localdvm.com @wdvmtv

You can follow on Twitter using #PAGov and watch our post-debate coverage immediately on air and online.

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WHTM abc27 News anchor and Capitol Bureau reporter Dennis Owens and WPXI anchor Lisa Sylvester will co-host the panel from the abc27 studio in Harrisburg.

The primary election for U.S. senator from Pennsylvania is scheduled to take place on May 17. Voters must register to vote by May 2.

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