Conservatives and Republicans are waiting with bated breath for the start of GOP Debates hosted by CNBC. The GOP Debate Schedule website has recently posted updates on what to expect of the upcoming series of events happening to start this month.
While many viewers might have found the CNN GOP Presidential Debate too aggressive, the next set may be more to the liking and hopefully will feature more than one female candidate to up against Trump, besides Carly Fiorina who was the only feminine participant to do so in the last round of debates.
The event series, entitled 'Your Money, Your Vote: The Presidential Debate on the Economy' will focus on employment, deficit, taxes, and the national economy.
The upcoming event kicks off on October 28, 2015, at the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB) as per the officially sanctioned debate schedule of Republican National Committee (RNC). The event venue will take place at the CU-Boulder's Coors Events Center. Colorado has earned the right to be under the spotlight when it was listed by CNBC in the Top States for Business for 2010.
CU-Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano is excited for the series of events to "bring exciting and engaging opportunities for our students and community to hear a variety of viewpoints."
Candidates who will very likely attend the GOP Debate have yet to be announced. Who the final set will depend on certain parameters; Vox reports that candidates must average 3 percent in select polls from September 17 and October 21. If they do, they get to join the primetime segment. Participating debaters must hit one percent in at least one of these polls if they are to qualify for the earlier segment.
Meanwhile, Vox adds that there will be one debate per month leading up to the Iowa caucuses which will tentatively fall on February 1, 2016.
The following debate happens on November 10 in Milwaukee and shown via the Fox Business network. The last two will fall on December 15, 2015, and sometime in January, and will take place in Las Vegas, (aired on CNN) and in Iowa (aired on Fox News) respectively.
Vox also reports that after the caucus and primary voting, there will be three more debates in February, and another two after that. Final schedules, venues and broadcasting details have yet to be announced.