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  • When: January 23, 2012 - 9:00pm - 11:00pm
  • Host: NBC News, National Journal and Tampa Bay Times
  • Where: University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33617


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TAMPA (2011-1-20) - USF will be in the spotlight once again on Monday as it hosts the Republican Primary Debate. The University is co-sponsoring the debate with The Tampa Bay Times, The National Journal, NBC News and the Florida Council of 100.


 

Republican Presidential Candidates

Remaining Candidates

Ron Paul
U.S. Representative
Age: 76
Home: Lake Jackson, Texas
Campaign Website

Newt Gingrich
Former Speaker of the House
Age: 68
Home: McLean, Va.
Campaign Website

 

Mitt Romney
Former Governor of Mass.
Age: 64
Home: Boston, Mass.
Campaign Website

 

Rick Santorum
Former U.S. Senator
Age: 53
Home: Great Falls, Va.
Campaign Website

 

Buddy Roemer
(Not invited to debates)
Former Governor of La.
Age: 68
Home: Baton Rouge, La.
Campaign Website

Withdrawn Candidates

Rick Perry
Governor of Texas
Age: 61
Home: Austin, Texas
Campaign Website
Withdrew: Jan. 19, 2012

Jon Huntsman
Former Governor of Utah
Age: 51
Home: Salt Lake City, Utah
Campaign Website
Withdrew: Jan. 16, 2012

Michele Bachmann
U.S. Representative
Age: 55
Home: Stillwater, Minn.
Campaign Website
Withdrew: Jan. 4, 2012

Herman Cain
Businessman
Age: 66
Home: Atlanta, Ga.
Campaign Website
Withdrew: Dec. 3, 2011

Thaddeus McCotter
U.S. Representative
Age: 46
Home: Livonia, Mich.
Campaign Website
Withdrew: Sept. 22, 2011

Tim Pawlenty
Former Governor of Minn.
Age: 51
Home: St. Paul, Minn.
Campaign Website
Withdrew: Aug. 14, 2011


 

1/23/2012 – NBC News, National Journal, St. Petersburg Times and The Florida Council of 100 GOP Primary Debate

 


 


Location:University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida

 


Sponsor: The Tampa Bay Times, NBC News, the National Journal and the Florida Council of 100

 


 

Jan 23, 2012

 


 

St. Pete Times joins with NBC News, National Journal and Florida Council of 100 to host GOP debate next year

 

times-logo-blue.pngThis project was just announced, uniting the newspaper in a project with NBC News, National Journal and Florida Council of 100 in a debate scheduled in the same city as the Republican convention and falling after important ballots in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

 

Click here to read the St. Pete Times story; the press release is below.

 

NBC NEWS, NATIONAL JOURNAL, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, AND FLORIDA COUNCIL OF 100 TO CO-HOST 2012 REPUBLICAN DEBATE AT ST. PETE TIMES FORUM

 

NEW YORK -- April 11, 2011 -- NBC News, National Journal, The St. Petersburg Times, and the Florida Council of 100 announced today that they will co-sponsor a Republican presidential primary debate early next year. It will be held at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, site of the 2012 Republican National Convention. It is the first time that presidential primary candidates will debate in the arena where one of them will return to accept the nomination.

 

nbcnews2.jpgThis is expected to be the first major debate following the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries. It will be broadcast nationally, underscoring the critical importance of Florida in the 2012 election. The state has played a decisive role in recent primary and general election campaigns.

 

"Florida will be at the center of next year's presidential election, and this is the state where national issues like the economy and health care loom especially large," said Paul Tash, Times Chairman and CEO. "Our debate will be a telling preview of the presidential campaign and the Republican convention, right back here at the St. Pete Times Forum."

 

The Times, the largest newspaper in the Southeast, has sponsored debates for national, state and local offices since 1994. In 1998, the Times and NBC News produced back-to-back debates for the U.S. Senate and Florida governor, moderated by the late "Meet the Press" host Tim Russert.

 

NBC News has been a leading source of global news and information for more than 75 years, first on radio, and today via broadcast and cable television, the Internet, radio and cell phones. Operating around the clock with bureaus in key cities in the U.S. and overseas, NBC News provides immediate coverage and in-depth reporting of major events to a worldwide audience.

 

"Florida has played a pivotal role in every presidential election of the past century and could very well be the stage for history again in 2012," said Steve Capus, President of NBC News. "Each partner in this debate brings a unique set of tools and expertise that will all combine to present a substantive and stimulating dialogue to the voters of the state and the whole country."

 

The Florida Council of 100, the first of its kind in the United States, is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of key Florida business and civic leaders.

 

“The 2012 election will be a turning point for our state and nation,” said Council Chair Steven Halverson. “Floridians’ economic well-being and quality of life are at stake, and the Council is privileged to play a part in the discussion of vital issues that we ourselves have been addressing for the past 50 years.”

 

National Journal is co-sponsoring its first-ever debate, said Ron Fournier, National Journal’s editor-in-chief, “because we believe there are few missions more important in journalism than helping Americans choose their leaders. Like its media partners NBC News and the St. Petersburg Times, National Journal is committed to making this an important debate about the politics and policy that may change the course of this country.”


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NBC News, National Journal, Tampa Bay Times and The Florida Council of 100 Debate
Tampa, FL

Press release: link

Time: 9:00 PM ET

Media: NBC and Telemundo (Spanish) and live streams at msnbc.com, nationaljournal.com, tampabay.com and usf.edu

Venue:
University of South Florida
4202 E Fowler Ave
Tampa, FL 33620






January 26, 2012 Air time TBD on CNN
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Sponsor: CNN, CNN en Español, The Hispanic Leadership Network and The Republican Party of Florida
Participants: TBD
February 22, 2012 8pm ET on CNN (Originally Dec 1, then Nov 30)
Location: Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona
Sponsor: CNN and the Republican Party of Arizona
Participants: TBD
March 1, 2012 8pm ET on CNN
Location: Georgia
Sponsor: CNN and the Georgia Republican Party
Participants: TBD
March 5, 2012 Air time TBD on NBC
Location: Reagan Library in Simi Valley, CA
Sponsor: Reagan Library, NBC News and Politico
Participants: TBD
March 19, 2012 9pm ET on PBS
Location: Portland, OR
Sponsor: Oregon Public Broadcasting, NPR, PBS, The Washington Times and the Oregon Republican Party
Participants: TBD


Past Debates:
May 5, 2011 Watch Entire Video (83 minutes)
Location: Peace Center in Greenville, SC
Sponsor: Fox News and South Carolina Republican Party
Participants: Johnson, Paul, Cain, Pawlenty, Santorum
June 13, 2011 Watch Entire Video (100 minutes) – Post-Debate Analysis
Location: Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH
Sponsor: CNN, WMUR-TV and New Hampshire Union Leader
Participants: Bachmann, Cain, Gingrich, Paul, Pawlenty, Romney, Santorum
August 11, 2011 Watch Entire Video (80 minutes)
Location: Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa
Sponsor: Fox News, The Washington Examiner and the Republican Party of Iowa
Participants: Bachmann, Romney, Pawlenty, Paul, Cain, Huntsman, Santorum, Gingrich
September 5, 2011 Palmetto Freedom Forum
Watch Entire Video (2 hours)
Location: Columbia, South Carolina
Sponsor: Senator Jim DeMint and the American Principles Project
Participants: Romney, Gingrich, Bachmann, Cain, Paul
September 7, 2011 Watch Entire Video (108 minutes)
Location: Reagan Library in Simi Valley, CA
Sponsor: Reagan Library, NBC News and Politico
Participants: Perry, Paul, Huntsman, Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Bachmann, Cain


2012 Primary Debate Schedule « 2012 Election Central


2012 Primary Debate Schedule « 2012 Election Central

Comment by James μολὼν λαβέ on January 20, 2012 at 9:43pm

Romney May Skip Florida Debate as Lead Fades

34 minutes ago - With the crucial Republican presidential primary in South Carolina just hours ... behind Romney's hedging about Monday's debate in Tampa -- the candidate has

Comment by gone fishing on January 23, 2012 at 4:53pm

Here is the NBC statement about the programming change from NBC News Senior Vice President of Specials Mark Lukasiewicz:

“All four qualifying Republican presidential candidates have confirmed their attendance for Monday’s NBC News, National Journal, Tampa Bay Times debate. Florida has often been the stage for history in politics — we look forward to hosting a substantive and stimulating forum for the candidates to make their case to the voters in this crucial state and the whole country.”

The NBC News, National Journal, Tampa Bay Times Republican Candidates Debate, in association with the Florida Council of 100, will take place on Monday, January 23 at 9:00pm ET at the University of South Florida. The debate will be moderated by NBC’s Brian Williams and will include a panel with National Journal’s Beth Reinhard and the Tampa Bay Times’ Adam Smith.

This will be the first weekday primetime airing of a primary debate on a broadcast network in the 2012 election cycle. The event will air live on the NBC television network at 9pm ET / 8pm CT and on the west coast at 9pm PT, and will also stream live on nbcpolitics.com, nationaljournal.com, and tampabay.com. Telemundo will broadcast the debate in its entirety with simultaneous Spanish-language translation.

Comment by gone fishing on January 23, 2012 at 7:12pm

Channel 5, NBC air Tampa GOP debate tonight

Cincinnati.com (blog) - 6 hours ago
“All four qualifying Republican presidential candidates have confirmed their attendance for Monday's NBC News, National Journal, Tampa Bay Times debate.

5 things you need to know happening in Florida on Monday, January 23ABC Action News
Tonight on NBC, 'Who's Still Standing?'... Followed by the GOP ...mediabistro.com
Tune into News 4 tonight for The NBC News Republican Debate at 9 pmKRNV

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