While a link to the UNC-G debate is prominently displayed on the front page of Jim Neal's web site, it is glaringly absent from Kay Hagan's.
A search of Hagan's site turns up nine mentions of the word "debate", but none refer to her recent outing.
It would seem that Hagan does not want visitors to her site reviewing her performance against Neal.
I wonder why?
Curiously, one of the mentions of a debate was in a press release from March 28th, stating that Hagan had "won" the League of Women Voters debate:
U.S. Senate Candidate Kay Hagan Wins Democratic Debate
Emphasizing her experience balancing the state budget in Raleigh and her leadership on issues of education, State Senator and U.S. Senate candidate Kay Hagan (D-Guilford) proved at tonight’s debate that her experience and record of results make her the most electable candidate in November and the most prepared to fight for the people of North Carolina in the U.S. Senate. The debate, held at Craven Community College in New Bern, was sponsored by the League of Women Voters and Public Radio East.
Now here's my question: Who declared her the winner?