Doug Burgum appears to qualify for second GOP debate stage: NBC analysis

2024 presidential candidate Gov. Doug Burgum (RN.D.) appears to have qualified for the upcoming second Republican primary debate. NBC News analysis revealed.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) has the final say on who takes the stage for the debate, so nothing will be finalized until the committee makes an announcement next week determining eligible participants.

NBC reports that polls in recent days suggest Burgum will secure a spot on stage days before the RNC’s Monday deadline. The party requires candidates to attract 50,000 unique donors, sign a pledge of support for the party candidate and meet the party’s voting criteria. Burgum previously said he achieved the required number of voters and signed a pledge to participate in the first debate.

To qualify for the debate, candidates must reach 3% in two national polls. Or they would need to reach 3% in one national poll and two additional polls from early voting states such as Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.

Mr. Burgum earned 3.2%. national opinion poll It was carried out by the Trafalgar Group and released on Saturday night.He earned 3.2 percent per game. iowa poll Trafalgar’s work, released in mid-August. Burgum reached his 4% new hampshire poll It was released on Thursday.

Governor Ron DeSantis (R.Florida), businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott (RS.C.), former Vice President Mike Pence, and former New Jersey Governor. Chris Christie has already qualified.

Former President Trump has met the voting and donation participation requirements, but has not signed the party pledge. He did not attend his first debate and said he would be absent from the second debate.

The debate will take place on Wednesday, September 27, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation in Simi Valley, California, and will be broadcast on FOX Business.

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