The GOP Republican Debate 2015 live TV and online streaming video feed will be presented on Wednesday evening as two candidates are standing out above the rest. Right now, Dr. Ben Carson and Donald Trump are the two frontrunners, with Marco Rubio contending as well. It’s believed that Jeb Bush will need a strong showing in this latest debate being held in Colorado to sway the polls in his favor. In addition, four undercard candidates will have their final shot to sway voters enough so they could gain enough poll support for their bid to run as president. The latest Republican Debate live online and televised coverage will come via CNBC networks for viewers to watch.
A CBS News report on Oct. 28 indicates that tonight’s main debate, the third so far, will feature a total of 10 candidates. They’ll include the outspoken Donald Trump, former neurosurgeon Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee, Ted Kasich and Jeb Bush. The undercard debate will feature just four candidates: Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum and George Pataki. The latest polls from CBS News and New York Times survey indicate that Trump no longer leads all candidates.
Instead, Ben Carson has taken over the lead with 26 percent of primary voters polled nationwide answering that they support Carson, with 22 percent saying they favor Trump. The billionaire businessman had been leading all Republican candidates since he first started his campaign in June. No other candidates besides those two have been able to get double digits in terms of their support in the polls. The next closest is Marco Rubio with 8 percent support. Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina each have 7 percent support while the remaining candidates on the main debate have 4 percent each.
Tonight’s latest event takes place at the Coors Events Center located in Boulder, Colorado on the University of Colorado campus. As CNBC network is hosting, the moderator panel includes their anchors Carl Quintanilla and Becky Quick as well as Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood. The questions posed to the candidates during this particular forum will focus on the topics of job growth, taxes, technology, retirement and the economy. Will this give Donald Trump a possible edge in terms of the financial topics being discussed, or will another candidate emerge victorious?
Wednesday night’s GOP Republican Debate has a scheduled start time of 6 p.m. Eastern Time for the undercard candidates and 8 p.m. ET for the main debate. CNBC will broadcast the live TV coverage as they will host and moderate the latest debate. Viewers who want to watch the event live streaming online can use the CNBC website or apps, or Apple TV to watch the feed. Cable and satellite customers will need to provide their applicable account credentials in order to log in and watch live online.