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DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- The candidates for vice president will take center stage when they debate at Centre College next month, but the facility will have a place for others want to champion their causes during the event.
Clarence Wyatt, who is co-chairman of the debate steering committee, told the Advocate-Messenger that others who want to make public speeches on Oct. 11 can sign up to take the stage at nearby Speakers Park.
The park will open at noon on the day of the debate and will include a stage, a public address system and tables for literature.
Wyatt said several groups have already signed up for 15 minutes of stage time including international anti-poverty organization ONE, which was co-founded by singer Bono and the local Boyle County Public Library.