The October 11 Republican Debate at Dartmouth will be streamed live on Bloomberg.com, washingtonpost.com/debate, and Bloomberg Mobile. The pre-debate panel discussion, “Leading Voices: What’s at Stake in the Republican Debate,” will be broadcast live via Dartmouth’s YouTube channel. Visit the Debate at Dartmouth website for additional event information.
Debate to focus on economic issues
Dartmouth College will be an important stop this fall for the Republican presidential candidates when it co-hosts a debate on October 11 with the U.S. economy as the focus. The event will be broadcast nationally and around the globe by Bloomberg Television and streamed online by Washingtonpostlive.com. WBIN in Derry, N.H., will broadcast the debate throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
“We are pleased to host Republican presidential candidates at Dartmouth,” said President Jim Yong Kim. “The debate on the U.S. economy will take on critical issues of national importance and help us all make informed decisions on Election Day.”
Debate Viewing Information
The Republican Presidential Debate at Dartmouth College, and a special pre-debate panel featuring prominent journalists and Dartmouth professors called Leading Voices: What’s at Stake in the Republican Debate, will be broadcast live on multiple digital platforms on Tuesday, October 11. The Debate begins at 8 p.m., and the Leading Voices panel will run from 5 to 6 p.m.
Listen to the Debate
Here is how the Candidates will appear from left to right: Huntsman, Bachmann, Perry, Cain, Romney, Paul, Gingrich, and Santorum
At some debates (especially the early dates) the order of appearance is randomized or drawn. As the debate schedule gets closer to the Iowa Caucus position are based on where one falls in the average of major polls. Based on the Real Clear Politics Average the arrangement should be:
Huntsman 1.6%, Bachman 4.6 Perry 15.3 Cain 16.4 Romney 21.9 Paul 7.7 Gingrich 7.7 Santorum 2.4%
A few of the sites are taking credit for the leak of the Seating (Standing) Chart but there are more than a few political sites who have the chart. Anyone with a computer and access to Real Clear Politics can take the averages and figure out the chart
2012 Republican Presidential Nomination
|RCP Average||9/22 – 10/9||–||21.9||16.4||15.3||7.7||7.7||4.6||2.4||1.6||Romney +5.5|
|WP/Bloomberg/PSRAI||10/6 – 10/9||391 A||24||16||13||6||3||4||1||0||Romney +8|
|Gallup||10/3 – 10/7||1064 A||20||18||15||8||7||5||3||2||Romney +2|
|ABC News/Wash Post||9/29 – 10/2||RV||25||17||17||9||9||7||2||1||Romney +8|
|CBS News||9/28 – 10/2||324 RV||17||17||12||7||8||4||3||2||Tie|
|Quinnipiac||9/27 – 10/3||927 RV||22||17||14||6||8||3||3||1||Romney +5|
|Pew Research||9/22 – 10/4||876 RV||22||13||17||12||8||6||2||1||Romney +5|
|FOX News||9/25 – 9/27||363 RV||23||17||19||6||11||3||3||4||Romney +4|