The Columbus, Ohio Metropolitan Club is sponsoring a U.S. House debate, 12th district, on October 30, and has invited the nominees of all three parties who are on the ballot (Republican, Democratic, and Libertarian). This is a very unusual development for Ohio. Ohio is one of the few states in which debates between both major party nominees, and any other candidates, almost never take place. There hasn’t been an Ohio debate for Governor or U.S. Senator in this century in which both major party nominees debated any of their independent or minor party opponents. Thanks to Oliver Hall and Mark Brown for this news.