Thursday, February 16, 2012

The Televised Project White House GOP Presidential Debate!

Posted By on Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 1:34 PM

With the Arizona presidential primary rapidly approaching on Feb. 28, we're excited that there are three televised debates coming up in the next week—and even more excited that you, our Tucson Weekly readers, can be a big part of one of them!

The first debate will be Saturday, Feb. 18, as part of Green presidential candidate Michael Oatman's Illegal Knowledge public access show. He's invited anyone who is on the Arizona presidential primary ballot to be part of that debate, which will be moderated by Project White House collaborator Dave Maass.

Then, on Sunday, Feb. 19, we'll have the official Tucson Weekly/Access Tucson/Project White House Dark Horse Republican Presidential Candidate Twitter Debate—and that's where you come in. We want your questions for the candidates, submitted to us via Twitter. You can send 'em now or send them during the debate, but the address is @PWH2012.

We'll have more details on that debate sometime tomorrow, but there will be a studio audience if you'd like to sit in and see the debate live.

The third debate is next Wednesday, Feb. 22, and will air on CNN. We're not involved with that one.

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