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California Democratic Party Officially Sanctions CNN, Los Angeles Times, POLITICO Presidential Debate to be Held in Los Angeles on January 31CNN, the Los Angeles Times and POLITICO announced today that the California Democratic Party will sanction the Jan. 31, 2008, Democratic presidential primary debate in Los Angeles. Scheduled less than one week before Super Tuesday, this debate will be the candidates’ final face-off before primary voters in more than 20 states flock to the polls on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008.
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer will moderate, with journalists from the Los Angeles Times and POLITICO participating in the questioning. This is the only debate that the Democratic Party of California has officially sanctioned in the 2008 race for the White House.
“The California Democratic Party is excited that our party’s presidential debate, on the eve of the momentous Feb. 5 primaries, will be in Los Angeles, California,” said California Democratic Party Chairman Art Torres. “As a native Angeleno, I am proud to join CNN, the Los Angeles Times and POLITICO in helping our presidential candidates embrace the diversity and vision that California offers all Americans.”
CNN, the Los Angeles Times and POLITICO will also sponsor the final Republican primary debate on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library will be the site of this debate, which will be moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper with The Times and POLITICO again participating in candidate questioning.
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