Republican Debate: Where and when you can find it
The Bloomberg/Washington Post Republican Presidential Debate is Tuesday, Oct 11 at 8 p.m. ET in Hanover, N.H. More importantly, anyone can watch it on PostPolitics.com.
Here are more details:
Who is participating?
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann , businessman Herman Cain, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.), former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.
Where can I watch the debate?
The debate will stream live on PostPolitics.com, alongside live coverage from The Fix’s Chris Cillizza. It will also air on Bloomberg Television, Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg.com and WBIN-TV in New Hampshire.
Who will moderate the debate?
What is the format?
The candidates will outline their economic and job creation proposals while seated side-by-side at a round table facing the hosts and surrounded by audience members.
The entire debate will be devoted to exploring the candidates’ stances on issues relating to the economy, including jobs, taxes and the deficit, and their plans to create economic growth.
What is the official hashtag?
Use #econdebate to join in the conversation on Twitter. Get started now by telling us what economic-themed questions you would ask the candidates.Tweet
If you have questions about the debate that aren’t covered here, ask us on Twitter using the hashtag or in the comments section.
More on the Bloomberg/Washington Post Republican Presidential Debate:
Full coverage of the candidates on PostPolitics.com