Tonight is the night…tonight is the night of the next Republican Presidential Candidate debate on Fox Business Network. Whether you are a Democrat or Republican, these debates are just so important to watch. These debates between the candidates allow viewers to get some answers on questions they may have on policy, ideas, foreign policy, temperament, etc. It is more important than ever to be involved in the direction our country is going, to be informed and engaged in these important issues.
So tonight on Fox Business Network the first debate is on 7Pm Eastern time which is 4pm West Coast time. The four candidates debating on this earlier debate are Governor Chris Christie, Governor Mike Huckabee, Governor Bobby Jindal, and Senator Rick Santorum. These earlier debates are usually very informative because there are only 4 people on the stage competing for time. I’m not entirely sure any of these 4 will make it to be the next GOP candidate but nonetheless it’s important to be informed.
The Fox Business Network primetime debate kicks off at 9pm Eastern time which is 6pm West Coast time. In the FBN primetime debate you have the top 8 GOP Candidates debating the issues. This 8 is down from 10 in the last debate. I have to say I’m a little excited to see only 8 people on the stage as 10 just felt like a little too much. The Candidates that made it in to the primetime debate are businessman Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Senator Marco Rubio, Senator Ted Cruz, Governor Jeb Bush, Businesswoman Carly Fiorina, Governor John Kasich, and Senator Rand Paul. To determine who would debate in this primetime debate FBN took the top 8 people with the average highest poll numbers of 4 certain polls.
It is an exciting time in our country and we as a nation face so many challenges. Electing our next leader is such an important decision and again whether you are a Democrat or Republican, a Liberal or Conservative, it is so important to be engaged and educated on these people running to be the next President of the United States.
If you are interested the next Democratic debate will be held Saturday November 14 at 9pm Easter time on CBS news.