BILLINGS – Tuesday night’s debate between U.S. House candidates Steve Daines and Kim Gillan can be heard live on numerous Montana radio stations and websites.

The debate, which begins at 6 p.m. at Petro Hall on the Montana State University-Billings campus, will be broadcast on Yellowstone Public Radio throughout eastern and central Montana and as far west as Helena. Some stations on the Northern Broadcasting System network, including Billings, Helena, Miles City and Plentywood, also will carry the debate.

The debate will be streamed live on Missoulian.com, Yellowstone Public Radio at www.ypradio.org and the Northern Broadcasting System, at the “Listens to Program” tab on www.northernbroadcasting.com.

Montana Public Radio also will broadcast the debate on a delayed basis, at 1 p.m. Thursday.

Daines, a Republican, and Gillan, a Democrat, are vying for Montana’s open U.S. House seat, along with Libertarian Dave Kaiser. The debate is co-sponsored by the Billings Gazette and MSU-Billings.

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