The Republican National Committee (RNC) has announced the date and location of the fourth GOP presidential debate, as well as the criteria each of the candidates must meet to qualify.
In a press release Friday, the RNC revealed that the debate will be held on Wednesday, December 6 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, but did not specify a venue.
According to the announcement, candidates must poll “at least 6% in two national polls, or 6% in one national poll and 6% in one early state poll from two separate carve out states, ie Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada or South Carolina Polls must be recognized by the RNC.
The voting requirement must be fulfilled no later than 48 hours before the debate and must have taken place by September 15th.
In addition, candidates must have at least 80,000 unique donors to their campaigns and at least 200 unique donors per US state or territory in at least 20 states and/or territories.
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They must also have signed a candidate pledge that includes an agreement not to participate in any debate not approved by the RNC and to support the eventual Republican nominee.
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