Watch LIVE CNN Republican Presidential Debate January 26, The Hispanic Leadership Network Florida

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(CNN) – The previously announced Republican presidential debate sponsored by CNN and the Republican Party of Florida will be held Jan. 26 in Jacksonville, Florida.

"CNN and RPOF are going to make this debate the best opportunity for our presidential candidates to continue their dialogue with Floridians," RPOF Chairman Lenny Curry said. "With a date exactly halfway between the South Carolina and Florida primary dates, this debate will be the must-attend event for this great field of Republicans."

The South Carolina primary is scheduled for Jan. 21 and the Florida primary is scheduled for Jan. 31.


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Three GOP candidates to attend Miami Hispanic Leadership Network Confererence

The Hispanic Leadership Network will be holding their “Inspiring Action” conference at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami, Fla. on Jan. 26-27. Over 20 panelists and guest speakers are scheduled to address the right-of-center attendees. Last week, as reported by Examiner, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was the only GOP candidate scheduled to speak at the event. Tuesday’s press release by HLN and posted at BizJournals.comreveals that  former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Pennsylvania Rep. Rick Santorum will also be in attendance. Texas Rep. Ron Paul will be the only one skipping the event


Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez will serve as conference co-chairs. Florida freshman Rep. Marco Rubio will also be in attendance. Last week, as reported by Examiner.com, Gingrich was the only GOP candidate slated to attend the conference.



Location: University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL


Sponsor: CNN, CNN en Español, The Hispanic Leadership Network and The Republican Party of Florida
Participants: Romney, Gingrich, Santoru

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    Dec 27, 2011 – Good Morning Jacksonville Live Online ... 26 at Lazzara Hall at UNF. The Republican Party of Florida and Hispanic Leadership Network will sponsor the debate, which will air on CNN. ... reporting that the debate may be the final televised debate before Florida Republicans vote Jan. ... Most Watched Videos ...



Watch 2012 CNN Florida Republican Presidential debate live stream video online on Thurs. Jan. 26, 2012 at Univ. of North Florida (UNF) in ... by the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF)

CNN, Republican Party of Florida and Hispanic Leadership Network Debate
Jacksonville, FL

Press release: link

Time: TBD

Media: CNN and live stream at live.cnn.com

University of North Florida
1 UNF Dr
Jacksonville, FL 32224

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Sponsor: CNN and the Republican Party of Arizona
Participants: TBD
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Sponsor: CNN and the Georgia Republican Party
Participants: TBD
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Sponsor: Reagan Library, NBC News and Politico
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Sponsor: Oregon Public Broadcasting, NPR, PBS, The Washington Times and the Oregon Republican Party
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Comment by truth on January 26, 2012 at 2:40pm

GOP hopefuls to battle at last debate before Florida primary

By Paul Steinhauser, CNN Political Editor
updated 12:35 PM EST, Thu January 26, 2012
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CNN poll: Dead heat in Florida

  • Hosts are CNN, the Republican Party of Florida and the Hispanic Leadership Network
  • Thursday's event will be the second debate this week
  • It is also the last debate before the Jan. 31 presidential primary in Florida

Tune in to CNN at 8 ET Thursday night as the GOP candidates debate the issues from Jacksonville days before Florida's primary. Watch it live on CNN.com/Live and CNN's mobile apps. Lea el artículo en español/Read this article in Spanish.

Jacksonville, Florida (CNN) -- There will be four candidates on the stage Thursday night at the final GOP presidential debate before the Sunshine State's primary, but for the two men in the middle, the spotlight might be a bit hotter.

The latest public opinion polls suggest that the battle for Florida's 50 winner-take-all delegates -- the largest catch so far this primary and caucus season -- is turning into a two-man race between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. According to a CNN/Time/ORC International survey released Wednesday, 36% of people likely to vote in Tuesday's Republican primary in Florida say they are backing Romney as the party's nominee, with 34% supporting Gingrich. Romney's 2-point margin over Gingrich is well within the survey's sampling error. http://www.cnn.com/2012/01/26/politics/republican-debate/index.html...

Comment by truth on January 26, 2012 at 6:10pm


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