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Watch live: Philly Democratic candidates for mayor debate

Mayor Jim Kenney and his two primary challengers — State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams and former City Controller Alan Butkovitz — are facing off in a televised debate.

Sen. Anthony Williams, Mayor Jim Kenney, and former City Controller Alan Butkovitz.
Sen. Anthony Williams, Mayor Jim Kenney, and former City Controller Alan Butkovitz.Read moreStaff Photos (custom credit)

Mayor Jim Kenney and his two primary challengers — State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams and former City Controller Alan Butkovitz — are facing off Monday in a televised debate.

The three Democratic mayoral candidates are taking the stage ahead of the May 21 primary election for an hour-long debate starting at 7 p.m. NBC10 news anchor Jim Rosenfield will moderate the debate at the Comcast Technology Center with panelists Iris Delgado of Telemundo62 and Sandra Shea, managing editor for opinion at The Inquirer.

Watch the debate — the second and final joint appearance for the three candidates — here:

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