The two Democrats who want to be Michigan's next governor engage in their second debate at 7 p.m. tonight at WTVS television studios in Wixom.
The one-hour debate between Michigan House Speaker Andy Dillon of Redford and Lansing Mayor Virge Bernero will be taped on aired on public broadcast channels.
Their debate is part of the Great Debate 2010 series through The Center for Michigan, a nonprofit.
Democrats will select one of the two in the Aug. 3 primary to be their nominee for governor in the November election.
Republicans seeking their party's nomination are Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard, Ann Arbor businessman Pete Hoekstra, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, Ann Arbor businessman Rick Snyder and state Sen. Tom George.