The third Republican presidential primary debate took place Wednesday night in Miami and saw five candidates take the stage and discuss everything from their policy views to their personal lives.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Sen. Tim Scott, of South Carolina, were the candidates who qualified for the debate.
The third debate focused heavily on foreign policy, with topics ranging from how they would handle the crisis in Israel and Gaza to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
According to a memo sent out by Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel and obtained by the Associated Press, in order to qualify for the fourth debate, candidates must garner at least 6% in two approved national polls, or 6% in one poll from two separate early-voting states: Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.
Additionally, participants also need to amass at least 80,000 unique donors, with at least 200 unique donors per state or territory, in 20 or more states.
Candidates have until 48 hours before the debate to satisfy the requirements.
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When is the fourth Republican presidential primary debate?
According to a news release from the RNC, the next debate will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 6 from 7-9 p.M. Central time.
Where will the next Republican presidential primary debate take place?
The next debate will take place in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, at the University of Alabama’s Frank Moody Music Building.
According to the Tuscaloosa News, the Moody Building is a 135,000 square-foot facility and seats about 1,000 people.
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Who will moderate the next Republican presidential primary debate?
The RNC announced NewsNation, “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the Washington Free Beacon and Rumble as its partners for the fourth debate.
The moderators for the debate are scheduled to be Megyn Kelly, NewsNation anchor Elizabeth Vargas and Eliana Johnson, editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon.
Contributing: Mark Hughes Cobb, Tuscaloosa News.