ALREADY? Next Democrat Debate Scheduled For October, To Be Hosted By CNN And New York Times

We just had another Democrat debate this past week.

The week before that, CNN hosted a seven hour long Democrat town hall on climate change.

Now the next Democrat debate has already been scheduled for October. The media and the Democrats are running a serious risk of overexposure here.

No one is even going to cast a vote for months and months, yet the American public is being saturated with these events. People are going to just stop paying attention.

The Hill reports:

CNN, NY Times to host next Democratic debate in October

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CNN and The New York Times will jointly host the next Democratic presidential debate in mid-October, the outlets announced Friday.

The debate will be held at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, on Oct. 15 and feature 11 candidates who have already been announced as meeting the qualifications for the debate stage.

A second debate night will be scheduled if more candidates meet the polling threshold by Oct. 2, according to a press release from CNN.

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News of who will host the next debate comes a day after the top 10 candidates in the crowded Democratic field appeared for the third debate in Houston, hosted by ABC News…

The fourth debate will be moderated by CNN anchors Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett and New York Times national editor Marc Lacey.

Cooper and Burnett did not moderate the first debate, which was hosted by CNN and moderated by anchors Jake Tapper and Don Lemon and chief political correspondent Dana Bash.

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) criteria for participating in the next debate includes a 2 percent polling threshold in four DNC-approved polls and at least 130,000 unique donors, including 400 donors each from at least 20 states.

How many more times can the American people be expected to listen to these candidates talking about the same issues and throwing out the same old talking points?

At a certain point it’s just too much, too soon.


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