When will the 2020 Republican and Democratic debates be held?
When the Republican Party convention begins in Cleveland on July 18, 2020, the debate schedule will change significantly.
The Democratic Party has decided that the 2020 primary debate will be held on the night before the Republican convention, and that the party will use the Republican National Convention to decide the date.
The Democrats will hold the debate in Philadelphia on July 19 and the Democrats will use that convention to decide when they will hold a Democratic debate.
The 2020 Republican National Committee has decided to hold the primary debate on July 24, 2020 in Philadelphia.
The DNC will hold three debates: the Republican, Democratic and vice presidential debates, the general election debates and the general secretary debates.
The Republican debates will be on July 23 and July 24.
The Democratic debates will take place on August 4 and August 5.
The vice presidential debate will take a week to decide, the DNC is working on scheduling that debate.
It will be in Detroit on September 7, 2020.
The general election debate will go to Cleveland on October 6.
The general secretary debate will also take place in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 11.
The vice president debate will begin on October 14 in Detroit, Michigan.
The GOP has decided not to hold its presidential debate in 2021.
The RNC has not yet decided which candidates will participate in the 2020 debates.
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