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Debate Rules Change The Way Democrats Run For Office

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Debate Rules Change The Way Democrats Run For Office

Debate Rules Change The Way Democrats Run For Office

The Democratic Party 2020 debate guide lines changed the way Democrats run for President.

The threshold the party set to qualify for the debate has become more important than the debates themselves.

To qualify for the debates candidates must meet very specific and ever increasing polling and fundraising requirements.

For candidates, qualifying for debates has become a significant marker of viability.


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