UPDATE - Argus Article and audio of debates
Mary Andersson v Joe Hune - This was a civil debate about the issues. Andersson seemed nervous, but it's easy to say that from the seats. I've done some public speaking, but not in that setting. Public speaking isn't easy. Her main issues are environment and increasing health care. Joe is one of the best at giving straight answers and is a less government conservative. I always know where Joe stands, and he did a very good job tonight.
Mike McGonegal v Chris Ward - McGonegal did not do bad until the end where he got away from his vision and went negative. He could have been stronger, but he took too many pages out of the "KevinS/Communications Guru" playbook with his attacks in his closing statements. Chris brought his A game and was ready for a "Communications Guru" style of attack, and it showed. Chris emphasised his accomplishments in education and elections issues and took the high road.
Donna Anderson v Valde Garcia - I don't agree with Donna Anderson on 90% of the issues. (Term limits and to some degree, the Great Lakes) That said I give her some credit here. She did not give us politispeak and smoke. There is no doubt where she stands. Valde did a good job and detailed his work in the legislature. This debate was mostly about issues and did not have many attacks.
Jim Marcinkowski v Mike Rogers - Marcinkowski's a Class A jackass who spent all his time braying and yapping about how the other guy sucks. This guy doesn't have the temper to do the job. Mike kept the high road and talked about his work in DC. Marcinkowski showed himself to be a bigtime leftist as well, braying his support of socialized medicine.