Latest Democratic Party (United States) presidential debates Stories

2010-09-21 12:54:00

CHICAGO, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping with a longstanding commitment of bringing critical issues to Illinois voters via candidate debates, ABC 7 will partner with the League of Women Voters and the Illinois Broadcasters Association to broadcast two commercial free debates, "VOTE 2010: THE CANDIDATES DEBATE." Good Morning America anchor and ABC's Chief Political Correspondent George Stephanopoulos will moderate the debate between Illinois senatorial candidates on October 19 from...

2008-10-13 06:00:30

By Eric Stark For me, it's all about the debate after the debate. The best TV viewing occurs after the candidates for president and vice president finish their discussions. That's when we find out who blinked too much, who twisted the facts and who was most convincing. It's amazing how quickly they edit the video clips, check the facts and set up interviews. After the vice-presidential debate and the most recent clash between John McCain and Barack Obama, I tuned in to CBS. No, not for...

2008-08-29 09:15:00

Associated Press Interest in the Democratic convention among television viewers continues to run well ahead of 2004, although vice presidential candidate Joe Biden was a slightly less potent draw than Hillary Clinton. CNN was also claiming a milestone in the network's history, beating ABC and CBS in head-to-head competition and running in stride with NBC on Wednesday. In nearly three decades, CNN has never beat all three broadcast networks in viewership when competing directly. An estimated...

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