DNC Announces 2020 Democratic Debate Schedule….

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    • #13749
      Land of Enchantment
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      This is from November but I thought it was worth posting again as more candidates announce and we draw closer to the debates…

       

      This is troubling on a number of levels. Will do some more research to find out WHO is designing the structure of these debates and what the specifics are for their  “certain set of qualifications” because I no longer trust them.

      DNC Announces 2020 Democratic Debate Schedule

      The Democratic National Committee has officially sanctioned 12 Democratic Primary debates for the 2020 Democratic Primary. There will be 6 held in 2019, and another 6 held in early 2020. The first debate is scheduled to take place in June of 2019, though specific dates and locations have not yet been disclosed..

      According to DNC Chairman Tom Perez, the 2020 Democratic debate schedule is being made as inclusive as possible. The early debates, the ones in June and July of 2019, may feature back-to-back nights of primetime broadcasts. This is being done to allow for the large field of candidates to all have access to a primetime audience without being relegated to the “undercard” status which plagued the Republican primary debates in 2016.

      “We welcome and encourage a large field,” DNC Chair Tom Perez said in the press call, noting that these debates are designed to ensure that all candidates who meet a certain set of qualifications will have an opportunity to use this platform. Participation won’t be limited solely based on a candidates’ polling numbers, he said, adding that other factors including grassroots funding would be considered as well.

      The early debates in 2019 will be scattered around the country, according to Perez, who noted that the debates in 2020 will be held in each of the early primary states running up their respective primary voting day. This means that the early primary and caucus states such as Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada likely won’t see a debate held locally until 2020.

       

       

      “Hope is the feathered thing that perches in your heart.” ~ Emily Dickinson

    • #13758
      Robot X
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      The DNC has my full confidence that all proceedings will be “fair and balanced”.

      • #13800
        Land of Enchantment
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        HA! Oh, the trickery and secretiveness….and the Florida lawsuit (yes, we can select our candidate behind closed doors) leave a lingering stench. Man, they make it hard to find out anything specific… still looking….

        “Hope is the feathered thing that perches in your heart.” ~ Emily Dickinson

    • #13766
      mmonk
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      Never trust a liar.

      Fear not the path of Truth for the lack of People walking on it. - RFK

    • #13769
      JustSayin
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      You can trust the DNC for cheating not other way around. But the only hope is that Perez is inserted to enxure a Michelle Obama run in 2024 so atleast he might not cheat in 2020 but he will ensure that the 2020 nominee loses to Trump. Brenda snipes is still playing the race card and so would Michelle as soon as she runs

      Never expect different result by following the previous steps

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