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The conference only invited Jason Conger and Monica Wehby -- considering them the top two candidates for the senate seat.

 

Wehby's manager says she's mulling the debate over, but believes all the candidates should be invited, not just the top two.

 

State Representative Jason Conger has already committed to the debate and in a press release says Wehby is trying to avoid the debate to avoid defending the mounting criticism over her positions  on amnesty, Obamacare and gun rights.

 

Conger says if Wehby wants to be taken seriously as candidate, she must be willing to debate her opponent and defend her views.  He says this is a race for one of the highest elected positions in the country, not a race for high school class president.

 

Wehby plans to make a decision on the debate by the end of the week.

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