2,225 Questions in the Queue for GOP YouTube Debate

By Chris Ariens 

CNN has announced “all major Republican candidates” are confirmed for the CNN/YouTube debate next month in St. Petersburg, Florida. CNN has received more than 2,200 questions so far for the Nov. 28 event. Click here if you’d like to submit one.

Sam Feist, CNN’s senior EP of political programming tells TVNewser, “We’re thrilled to have all eight Republican candidates participating. We were very pleased with the Democratic debate which, in many ways, was a game-changer.”

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All Major Republican Candidates Confirmed for First-Ever CNN/YouTube/Republican Party of Florida Debate

CNN, YouTube and the Republican Party of Florida today announced that the eight major Republican candidates running for president – Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Rep. Duncan Hunter, Sen. John McCain, Rep. Ron Paul, Gov. Mitt Romney, Rep. Tom Tancredo and Sen. Fred Thompson – will participate in their first-of-its-kind Republican primary debate scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the Mahaffey Theatre in St. Petersburg, Fla. CNN’s Anderson Cooper will moderate this program designed to allow voters, no matter where they live, ask questions of the candidates for this country’s highest office.

CNN also announced that the ground-breaking program will broadcast live from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (ET) on CNN, CNN International, CNN en Español, CNN Airport Network and CNN Radio and stream live on CNN.com, ensuring that people around the country and the world can watch these candidates’ answers to lively and thoughtful questions coming exclusively from their fellow citizens via video.
Like the Democratic CNN/YouTube/South Carolina Democratic Party debate, this innovative, live forum will feature video questions submitted to YouTube that will be broadcast and answered by the candidates on CNN. Over 2,225 questions have been submitted thus far; online users are able to submit their video queries through Sunday, Nov. 25 at www.youtube.com/debates or www.rpof.org or www.cnn.com/youtubedebates.