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Commission on Presidential Debates announces dates and locations for 2024 general election debates


Commission on Presidential Debates announces dates and locations for 2024 general election debates

The first presidential debate is set for mid-September 2024, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced Monday, setting up the earliest ever start to the presidential debate schedule.

The bipartisan commission, which has sponsored every general election presidential debate since its founding in 1987, will host three next year, with the first on September 16 at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.

The second debate will be on October 1 at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia, and the third will be on October 9 at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

There will also be one vice presidential debate on September 25 at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Typically, the first debate has been in late September or early October. In 2020, the first debate was on September 29, but amid an uptick in pandemic-era early voting, the Trump campaign called for an additional early September debate.

The schedule tweak also means that the debates will end earlier than they ever have. There will be 27 days between the last debate and Election Day on November 5. That's compared to 12 days in 2020 and 20 days in 2016.

However, it's not certain the debates will actually happen.

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