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The dates and locations for the three presidential debates and one Vice presidential faceoff have been set and their locations revealed on Friday by the Commission on presidential debates, a nonprofit, organizes the General elections, presidential and Vice-presidential debates for over 30 years.
The venues for the first three presidential showdowns include the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. Sept. 29, 2020, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Oct. 15, 2020, Belmont University in Tennessee on. Oct. 22, 2020.
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The University of Utah in Salt Lake City will also host the first Vice-presidential debate on Oct. 7, 2020.
Each debate begins at 9 PM EST and runs about 90 minutes without commercial interruption, informed the Commission. For more details, such as the debate of formats, or the moderators, has not yet been announced.
Historically, broadcast the debates from every one of the major broadcast networks, drawing millions of viewers every night.
The Commission was founded in 1987 and is not sponsored by the government, nor either political party, began to be of interest to solicit offers from groups to host the 2020 debates, two years before the elections.
Host criteria are included, have a debate hall of at least 15,000 square meters with air-conditioning, space for at least 40 TV remote control trucks, trailers and satellite Trucks up to 53 feet in length, is a guarantee that the complete city services, including public safety personnel, and a financial contribution.
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You will get bids from six groups in total, including the city of Hartford, in Connecticut, and Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., neither of the debates were chosen by the members of the board for the first four rounds.
The CPD will start inviting eligible presidential candidates and their running mates to participate in the planned debates after labor Day until 2020.
According to the criteria laid down by the members of the Executive Board, “the candidates appear on a sufficient number of state ballots to have a mathematical chance of winning a majority of votes in the Electoral College,” and also have a minimum of 15 percent of the national electorate, polling-based medium values from “five selected national public opinion research organizations” will be selected, based on “the quality of the methodology, the reputation of the polling organizations and the frequency of the query is to be performed.”
The criteria was determined by members of the Board of Directors of the CPD rides under the guidance of former League of women voters, President of Dorothy, serves as co-Chairman of the CPD.
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“We concluded that the CPD serves the enlightenment of the voters of his mission, at the best, if you in the final weeks of the campaign, based on pre-established, published, objective and transparent criteria, to be the persons whose public support puts them among the leading candidates, and calls you on your debate on the issues of the day,” riding said in a statement. “We have also found that is the best available measure of the public support of high quality research carried out in the time of the debates.”