The GOP/Republican Party is having another debate on Tuesday, November 10th. For those that want see it for themselves can Live Stream it, and it can be done on or around the Start Time. The Candidate Line-Up will be a very interesting watch for both the primary and secondary debates, with issues about jobs, taxes, as well as "the general health of the economy".
According to Politico, there will be a secondary debate at 7 PM (with some sources saying 6 PM) with secondary candidates Chris Christie, Mike New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie; former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee; Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal; and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum. This debate will last an hour as Huckabee and Christie take their places at new lecterns, and then Jindal and Santorum will join. These candidates are averaging at least 1 percent in one of the four most recent polls.
As for the debate at 9 PM, this will include the primary candidates such as 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 2.5 percent in four most recent national polls by November 4th.
The debate will last two hours with some changes made in the format as candidates will not make opening statements but have more time to make arguments. For an initial answer to a question, each candidate will get 90 seconds, in addition to another 30 seconds for rebuttals. At the end of the debate will be some closing statements.
Currently, Trump is still the highest polling candidate and will stand center-stage for the debate, with Rubio, Bush, and Kasich on his right. Ben Carson will also appear in the center with Cruz, Fiorina, and Paul on his left.
Some have wondered if investigations into Ben Carson's past will be an issue, specifically about the West Point scholarship and other incidents. Assuming the moderators do not ask Carson about it, it is predicted that Donald Trump might address it.
For those that want to watch it, check it out at 6 PM and 9 PM on Tuesday November 10th, 2015 on the Fox Business Network. It can also be streamed for free at foxbusiness.com. There is no cable subscription required. It will be moderated by FBN anchors Maria Bartiromo and Neil Cavuto as well as Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Gerard Baker.
We'll see how the fourth GOP debate will affect the fifth Republican debate, which is scheduled for Tuesday, December 15 in Las Vegas. The next Democratic debate will be much sooner as it is scheduled for Saturday, November 14th in Des Moines, Iowa on CBS News, KCCI-TV, and the Des Moines Register.