The Fox News GOP Debate will be held in Cleveland, OH
Photo credit: Joshua Rothhaas (CC-By-2.0)
The Fox News GOP Debate will be held in Cleveland, OHPhoto credit: Joshua Rothhaas (CC-By-2.0)
The Fox News GOP Debate will be held in Cleveland, OH
Photo credit: Joshua Rothhaas (CC-By-2.0)

Caffeinated Thoughts is partnering with The Pulse 2016 (run by American Principles in Action) to bring you a live blog of tonight’s Fox News GOP presidential debate in Cleveland, OH from 8:00p to 10:00p tonight.  Tonights debate will feature: Ben Carson, Chris Christie,  Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, and Ted Cruz.

Caffeinated Thoughts will also live tweet during that time, as well as, during the “2nd tier” candidate from 4:00p to 5:00p.  You can follow along at @CaffThoughts.

Participants for tonight’s live blog are:

  • Jon Schweppe, Deputy Communications Director, American Principles in Action
  • Shane Vander Hart, Editor of CaffeinatedThoughts.com
  • Paul Dupont, Legislative Assistant, American Principles in Action
  • Maggie Gallagher, Senior Fellow, American Principles in Action
  • Terry Schilling, Executive Director, American Principles in Action
  • Kate Bryan, Communications Director, American Principles in Action
  • Frank Cannon, President, American Principles in Action
  • Emmett McGroarty, Executive Director of Education, American Principles in Action
  • Ellen Kolb, Caffeinated Thoughts Contributor and pro-life activist in New Hampshire
  • Erin Tuttle, Co-founder, Hoosiers Against Common Core

You can watch below starting at 8:00p (CT) You shouldn’t need to refresh the website, but if you do not see updates after the debate has begun then refresh the site:

 

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