The first televised rumble between Omaha mayoral candidates Jim Suttle and Jean Stothert is set to air at 7 tonight.
The one-hour debate is being sponsored by The World-Herald and UNO Television.
It is the first televised debate since Stothert and Suttle came in first and second, respectively, in a five-way primary match in April.
A Republican, Stothert is a member of the City Council who is running to unseat Suttle, a Democrat seeking a second mayoral term.
The election is May 14.
The debate will be moderated by Mike Reilly, The World-Herald's executive editor.
It will be broadcast live on NET2 and The Knowledge Network, a television service managed by UNO television.
In addition, the debate will be streamed live on Omaha.com. Tweet with #OWHDebate to join the conversation during the debate.
— Robynn Tysver
Watch live at 7 p.m.
Tweet with #OWHDebate to join the conversation.