The fourth GOP Republican Debate will happen on Tuesday, November 10th at the Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the Fox Business Network. For those what are interested in watching a Live Stream of the event for free, this will be an option. This is what you need to know about the next Republican Debate with information of how to LiveStream Free, the Start Time, the TV Station, and all the primary and secondary candidates.
According to the Observer, CNBC didn't live stream the last GOP debate for free online, but CNN did with the first Democratic Debate, which was the highest rated primary debate in that party's in history with 15.3 million viewers tuned in, and a little under a million concurrent views online. The Fox Business Network is going to be offering a live stream of the fourth GOP debate, and it will happen this Tuesday, November 10th.
Fox Business will also be teaming up with other television providers to grant temporary free access to its Business Channel, as this station is often included as a "premium" option for many cable partners. It will be available to all viewers of DIRECTV, Frontier, Mediacom, Wide Open West, Suddenlink and Cable One, along with many National Cable Television Cooperative companies, according to a new press release from Fox Business.
As for the time, look for it beginning at 6 PM/ET and 9 PM/ET, and the debate will focus on jobs, taxes, and the general health of the economy, as well as domestic and international policy issues. According to the Washington Post, the moderators include Gerard Baker, Neil Cavuto, and Maria Bartiromo. There have been some changes made to the format as candidates will not make opening statements, but they will have more time to make arguments. For the initial answer to a question, they get 90 seconds and 30 seconds for rebuttals. Then there will be some closing statements at the end of the debate, according to Politico.
The candidates for the debate was recently posted by Fox News. The earlier ones qualifying for the earlier ET debate at 6 PM (some sources have stated 7 PM) include New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie; former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee; Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal; and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum. These secondary candidates are averaging at least 1 percent in one of the four most recent polls.
The candidates qualifying for the prime-time 9 PM ET debate include: Billionaire businessman Donald Trump; retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson; Florida Sen. Marco Rubio; Texas Sen. Ted Cruz; former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush; former HP CEO Carly Fiorina; Ohio Gov. John Kasich; and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul. These primary candidates are averaging at least 2.5 percent in four most recent national polls by November 4th.