December 3rd, 2007
02:17 PM ET
7 years ago

California Democratic Party sanctions CNN debate

WASHINGTON (CNN) – The California Democratic Party announced Monday that it has sanctioned the Democratic Presidential Primary Debate that will air January 31 on CNN, and feature questions from Los Angeles Times and POLITICO journalists.

The debate - to be held in Los Angeles - will be the Democratic contender's final face off before voters from delegate-rich California, as well as 20-plus other states, are set to head to the polls on February 5.

“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.”

This is the only debate that the Democratic Party of California has officially sanctioned in the 2008 race for the White House. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer will moderate the debate.


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soundoff (27 Responses)
  1. Vickie

    hi wolf i saw that obamma got his home for 300000 dollars less than the value and rescoes wife paid full value for the place next door and sold a strip of the property to obamma.did he pay full value for this property.i just wonder if he ends up with the nomintion we will have a justice dept.investigation during the primary.

    January 31, 2008 12:41 pm at 12:41 pm |
  2. Tony

    Did I hear Wolf say we could vote for questions to be asked? Where can we do that?

    January 31, 2008 08:09 pm at 8:09 pm |
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