November Democratic Debate to be Held in Georgia; 8 Have Qualified

October 8, 2019

MSNBC and the Washington Post will co-host the fifth Democratic debate.  It will take place on November 20, somewhere in Georgia. 

This means candidates will have until the end of the day on November 13 to qualify. Eight candidates have so far met the tougher requirements for this debate, including Andrew Yang, who made the cut by virtue of a Quinnipiac poll released earlier Tuesday.

 

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