Clinton camp says 'all three candidates' should debate in S.C.
"We believe all three candidates should participate in the South Carolina debate, and oppose any criteria that might leave someone excluded," says Hillary Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon on Twitter.
- NBC said today to qualify for Jan. 17 debate, candidates must average 5% nationally or in Iowa, N.H., or S.C. in five most recent recognized polls (link to list)
- Democratic candidate Martin O'Malley averages 6.3% in Iowa, 3.5% nationally, 2.5% in S.C., and 2.3% in N.H. in Real Clear Politics average
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