Fox Business Network sets date for fourth GOP Debate

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Fourth Republican Debate Goes to Fox Business Network


Fox Business Network has slated the fourth GOP debate for Nov. 10th, it was announced Monday.

Co-sponsored by the Wall Street Journal, the event will focus specifically on jobs, taxes and the general health of the economy, as well as domestic and international policy issues.

The debate will take place at the Milwaukee Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Moderators and entry criteria for the event will be announced at a later date.

Read More: TV Ratings: GOP Debate Soars, Brings Fox News a Record 24M Viewers

The announcement comes the day before the first Democratic debate, which will air Tuesday on CNN live from Las Vegas.

So far, the GOP debates for the 2016 presidential election have been a ratings boom. The first, which aired on Fox News in August, grabbed 24 million viewers. The second drew 23 million viewers to CNN in September. The third GOP debate, which is also set to focus on the economy, will air Oct. 28 on CNBC.

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Fox Business Network sets date for fourth GOP Debate

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont (D)

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of New York (D)

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Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R)

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Former CEO, Businesswoman Carly Fiorina of California (R)

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Former New York Governor George Pataki (R)

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Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina (R)

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R)

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Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore (R)

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