There will be 12 debates according to the Democratic National Committee, starting in June 2019 and extending into 2020. Here is a timeline of the Democratic Presidential Primary Debates for the 24 candidates who have entered the field:
The first two debates will have up to 20 candidates and the third debate will also most likely require two nights given the number of candidates. For all the debates following the ones in June and July, candidates will need to attain either 130,000 individual donors or more than 2% in at least four national or early primary state polls.
This template is based on the Game of Thrones Death Pool, but edited for the 2020 Democratic Primary debates! It also utilizes the Wikipedia pack to show the profile images and bios of all the Democratic candidates.
Each player picks a team of four candidates from the current field of candidates (defined as everyone qualifying for the first round of debates). In addition, you select a list of up to three candidates as your “Knocked out” list, and you can write in a candidate not yet in the race as your “Dark Horse”. You cannot have the same players in your knockouts as you selected team.
Paul is the Co-founder of Enin, a financial AI startup, and enjoys following American politics, even though he lives on the other side of the Atlantic.