U.S. Senate Debate Shows Candidates' Issues

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Foreign policy, abortion and education were hot topics at Tuesday night's U.S. Senate debate in Chicago.

Six of the eight republican candidates running for the Illinois seat participated.

Most highlighted their conservative credentials, with the exception of retired Air Force Maj. Gen. John Borling. He believes the GOP needs a more moderate candidate to win in November.

Dairy owner Jim Oberweis and retiree Norm Hill did not attend the debate.