It was the second time the 8th District candidates and some of their supporters squared off.
"I'm 72 years old," Barbara Winter of Appleton said. "We've got to keep Steve Kagen in there so that my Social Security is protected."
"I'm here because I'm very concerned about my children, the same reason why Reid Ribble is running for office," Saied Assef of Green Bay countered. "He's concerned about his children and his grandchildren."
After supporters clashed outside the forum at Fox Valley Lutheran High School, the candidates had their chance to face off indoors. Both agree the economy needs a kick-start, but differ on the methods.
"Today jobs trump debt," Kagen said. "If people have a job and they're working, they can stay in their own homes, they can pay their own bills."
Kagen says he wants to close tax loopholes for large corporations that ship jobs overseas.
He also feels revenue can come from taxing the wealthiest. Something Ribble argues would be counterproductive.
"Instead of raising up taxes, we ought to be focusing on raising up taxpayers," Ribble said. "If we can get 15 million Americans back to work, if we can get 8 million Americans that are under employed back to full employment you bring the revenue into the treasury."
Social security however, drew the most heated exchange.
"I will protect Social Security against anyone who would see to privatize it, personalize it, or otherwise phase it out," Kagen said.
Ribble says his position on the issue has been distorted.
"I have never once said that we should take Social Security away frfom any senior, never once," he argued.
The candidates previously debated at St. Norbert College in De Pere. Click here to watch that full debate.
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