U.S. House Debate Recap | VideoJessica Roose | 10/10/2012
The candidates started off talking about jobs and the need to create more in both the state and country.
Cramer argued for lower taxes and less regulation, while Gulleson claims loop holes need to be closed and more competition is needed in the market. Both candidates agreed that there needs to be more bipartisan support in Congress and disagreed on issues like healthcare.
Cramer says the Affordable Care Act needs to be repealed, and his opponent says that goes too far.
The candidates also discussed their views on Medicare. Gulleson says it`s efficient but claims that her opponent supports turning the program into a voucher system that she says wouldn`t be good for the country. Cramer says that something needs to be done now to save the program.
Both candidates will be back in the studio later this month for further discussion of issues facing the country.