58th District State Senate candidates will meet at West Seneca East High School this evening for their second debate of the race.
Republican Jack F. Quinn III and Democrat Timothy M. Kennedy, who in their first debate focused on problems with the state's Medicaid and pension systems, as well as job creation, will begin answering questions at 7 p.m.
In the most recent poll on Oct. 4, the two candidates were neck and neck, Quinn holding 42 percent of the votes while Kennedy was close behind with 39 percent.
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The high school is located at 4760 Seneca St. in West Seneca.