Nov 5, 2011 12:02 PM by Dr. Anya Winslow
(AP) - Presidential candidate Herman Cain is hoping a head-to-head debate with rival Newt Gingrich will turn the page on a politically troublesome week he spent dealing with allegations of sexual harassment.
Saturday night's debate in Texas is supposed to focus on issues such as Social Security and Medicare. Organizers of the $200-a-ticket event say the sexual harassment allegations are off limits.
Yet questions about Cain's time at the helm of a trade association in the 1990s seem likely to hang over the evening.
Cain denies sexually harassing anyone.
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