Friday, September 7, 2007

More Debate Details

I got some more details about the Michigan Debate, from Saul Anuzis', Michigan Republican Chairman, blog.

  • - Yesterday we finalized plans with the University of Michigan at Dearborn and CNBC along with the Wall Street Journal to host a Republican Presidential Debate in Dearborn to be held on October 9th.
    CNBC will broadcast the debate live from 4-6 pm to catch the evening media cycle nationwide and then again from 9-11 nationwide.
    This debate will be focusing on “economic issues” effecting Michigan and the rest of the country. I can think of no better place than the home of the domestic auto industry as well as the home of the “Reagan Democrats” to host this debate.
    As nationals Democrats continue to disenfranchise independent and Democrat voters in Michigan and Florida…we are excited about the prospects of having a monopoly type opportunity for our candidates to share their vision, frame the debate and most importantly make their pitch to the independent swing voters and Reagan Democrats in both Michigan and Florida!
    We need to take advantage of the Democrats blatant disregard for the voters of these two key states from an electoral college perspective. Democrats haven’t won the presidency without carrying at least Michigan in recent history.
    We will soon have a separate web page and information about the debate as the plans start to materialize. This is exciting news for Michigan and the Michigan Republicans!
    See my vblog announcement moments after CNBC announce the debate:

Get the full post.

As soon as the webpage is up I will let y'all know! This is a terrific time to live in Michigan right now, Mike Huckabee, Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference, a Republican Debate.

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