U.S. Senate debate rescheduled for Friday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.


COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina ETV (SCETV) and The Post and Courier today announced that the previously cancelled U.S. Senate debate between Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Democrat challenger Jaime Harrison has been rescheduled for Friday, October 30. Taking place from 7 – 8 p.m., the debate will be aired live on SCETV and SC Public Radio. It will also be streamed live on scetv.org and postandcourier.com, as well as on SCETV’s various social media platforms.


  • Gavin Jackson, SCETV
  • Thelisha Eaddy, SC Public Radio
  • Jamie Lovegrove, The Post and Courier


  • Republican Senator Lindsey Graham
  • Democrat challenger Jaime Harrison                         

U.S. Senate debate

Friday, October 30 at 7 p.m.

SCETV’s Telecommunications Center, 1041 George Rogers Blvd., Columbia, S.C. 29201

In September, SCETV and The Post and Courier announced a partnership around plans to host and cover debates for two races – the First Congressional District race between Democrat Congressman Joe Cunningham and Republican challenger State Representative Nancy Mace and the U.S. Senate race between Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Democrat challenger Jaime Harrison. Initially scheduled for Oct. 21, the U.S. Senate debate was cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. Both campaigns and media organizations have been working diligently since that time to find a suitable date to hold the rescheduled debate.

For press wishing to cover the event on site, a mult box will be available. Additionally, SCETV will provide details regarding a satellite feed prior to Friday’s debate. Those that wish to attend and cover the event in person should RSVP to Jeremy Cauthen at jcauthen@scetv.org.