This is a generationally-important race for a U.S. Senate seat that one of the candidates can potentially hold on to for decades. It's a seat for the highest legislative office in arguably the world, and from the most populous state in the nation. With so much awesome power and possibility on the line for whoever becomes California's next U.S. Senator -- how come there are so few debates?
Hardly a day goes by without Bernie Sanders railing against the Supreme Court's opinion in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, which he says is one of the worst rulings ever. On the third day of her campaign Hilary Clinton announced that overturning Citizens United would be one of the four pillars of her campaign.