I've split up the audio into a series of files focused by topic.
The ground rules of the event were that the questions would be a mix of ones written by the moderator and by each candidate. When a question was asked, candidate A got 90 seconds to respond; candidate B having 90 seconds to respond; and then candidate A would have an optional additional 60 seconds for rebuttal. The next question would then start with candidate B responding. Opening and closing remarks were two minutes per candidate. I was the moderator for the event.
On the recording, Glennon's audio sounds softer then Ciommo or myself simply due to the location of the recording device (on my podium, thus furthest from Glennon), I'm sorry if you may have to raise/lower the levels when playing it back.
- Opening remarks
- Taxes, gambling
- Public schools
- Zoning, licensing
- Institutional expansion
- Open space
- Public safety, budgetary trade-offs
- Audience questions
- Closing remarks
Raucous Debate At Times
This debate became highly charged and quite raucous at times, with the candidates lobbing accusations back-and-forth. The exchange can be heard in the "institutional expansion" (#6) audio above.
I've put some analysis of the accusations into a companion post.