Everyone is getting in the game of announcing their dates for the Republican debates in 2011 and 2012. This time CNN has announced a debate in New Hampshire on June 13th, 2011 at 8PM Eastern time.

Report from CNN:

(CNN) – The first Republican presidential primary debate in New Hampshire will take place June 13th on the campus of Saint Anselm College, the debate’s three media sponsors announced Thursday.

CNN, WMUR and the New Hampshire Union Leader said the debate will air live from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET in New Hampshire and across the country. New Hampshire is a pivotal state in presidential politics and will play an influential role in helping choose the Republican nominee.

CNN, WMUR and the Union Leader hosted the first Granite State presidential debates at Saint Anselm in 2007 – events that helped introduce the Republican and Democratic candidates to voters in New Hampshire and around the nation.

The debate was initially scheduled for June 7, but organizers decided to move the event because of a broadcast scheduling conflict.

They are piling up fast, head over to the 2012 Republican Primary Debate Schedule to see the rest.


  1. Timothy,

    Thanks so much for the update. I hadn’t caught that change yet. Appreciate it!!

    The dates have been corrected all around.

  2. So we have Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Tim Pawlenty, Buddy Roemer?, as of right now those are the only ones in.

    Huntsman, Bachmann, Daniels?, Palin?, these are realistically the only ones who might also get in.

  3. I would like the moderator to ask Senator Rick Santorum if he considers himself reposonsible for helpig to pass OBAMACARE?

    It was his endorrsement of Senator Arlen Spector in the 2004 Republican Primary hlped him win the Republican Primary over Pat Toomey by a mere 17,000 votes of one million votes cast and Senator Spector went onto win re-election and became the 60th vote to break the Republican Filibuster against ObamaCare. Does he feel any responsibility for the passing of ObamaCare?

  4. These candidates are not all original. President Obama has tried to incorporate many of their ideas especially in creating new jobs, however, he is opposed at every turn by congress. My question to the candidates is, How will you obtain the cooperation of congress when you are trying to enact your programs?

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