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RNC Releases Requirements for First Presidential Debate in Milwaukee


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In April, the RNC announced that the first GOP presidential primary debate for the 2024 election will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in August. As we noted at the time, in a nod to alternative media, for the first time ever, the debate will also be live-streamed on Rumble.

Now, the RNC has released its requirements for that first debate.

 

In addition to meeting the standard candidate qualification legal requirements, participants must meet the following:

  1. Candidates must poll at one percent (at least) in three national polls or two national and one early state polls. (Further stipulations regarding the polls include a minimum of 800 likely Republican voters surveyed and that the polls not be conducted by a polling company affiliated with a candidate or candidate committee.
  2. Candidates must have a minimum of 40,000 unique donors, with at least 200 unique donors per state or territory in 20-plus states and/or territories.
  3. Candidates must sign a pledge agreeing not to participate in any non-RNC-sanctioned debate for the remainder of the election cycle, a pledge agreeing to support the eventual party nominee, and the RNC data-sharing agreement.:snip:
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 Candidates must poll at one percent (at least) in three national polls or two national and one early state polls. (Further stipulations regarding the polls include a minimum of 800 likely Republican voters surveyed and that the polls not be conducted by a polling company affiliated with a candidate or candidate committee.
Candidates must have a minimum of 40,000 unique donors, with at least 200 unique donors per state or territory in 20-plus states and/or territories.

 

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He's toast.

BTW I feel the need to point out this is Asa Hutchinson. He was Governor of Arkansas. He's Running for President, because....well 'm actually sure why, but he is.

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