When did the presidential debate start?

When did the presidential debate start?

The 2020 United States presidential debates between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, the major candidates in the 2020 United States presidential election, were sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The first debate took place on September 29, 2020.

Where were the 2020 presidential debates held?

September 29 presidential debate (Case Western Reserve University)

Presidential debate
Date(s) September 29, 2020
Duration 95 minutes
Venue Health Education Campus (HEC) Samson Pavilion at Case Western Reserve University
Location Cleveland, Ohio

Who is hosting the 2020 presidential debates?

September 29 presidential debate (Case Western Reserve University)

Presidential debate
Participants Donald Trump Joe Biden
Footage Fox News (lower bitrate), PBS (higher bitrate)
Moderator(s) Chris Wallace of Fox News
Transcript [1] [2] [3]

Who was the President before JFK?


President Previous 1
32 Franklin D. Roosevelt State governor
33 Harry S. Truman Vice President
34 Dwight D. Eisenhower Military
35 John F. Kennedy U.S. senator

Who is in charge of presidential debates?

Commission on Presidential Debates

Predecessor League of Women Voters (sponsor)
Purpose Organization of the United States presidential and vice-presidential election debates
Co-Chairs Frank Fahrenkopf Dorothy S. Ridings Kenneth Wollack
Executive Director Janet H. Brown
Website www.debates.org

What time are the US presidential debates?

Washington (CNN) The presidential debates are around the corner, with Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump set to square off for the first time on stage next week. All debates are scheduled to take place from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET on their respective dates without commercial breaks.

What time is the Republican Senate primary debate in Pennsylvania?

The five leading Republican candidates in their party’s Pennsylvania Senate primary will face off on Monday night. Kathy Barnette, Jeff Bartos, Dave McCormick, Mehmet Oz and Carla Sands will appear in the debate tonight at 8 p.m. ET. Watch the video above. The post-debate show can be watched in the video below:

Who are the candidates in the Pennsylvania in the spotlight debate?

This event is the second of three “Pennsylvania in the Spotlight” debates and the first to feature all four candidates on the final Democratic primary ballot: Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, from Braddock; state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta of Philadelphia; Jenkintown council member Alexandria Khalil; and. U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb, from Mount Lebanon.

How will the Miami debate work?

The Miami debate will take the form of a town hall where the questions will be posed by citizens from the South Florida area, according to the commission. The participants will be uncommitted voters selected under the supervision of Frank Newport of Gallup, the commission said.