Republican debate tonight

Republican debate tonight February 13, 2016

The Republican presidential candidates will debate tonight, one week before the South Carolina primary.  Since the field has diminished–Jim Gilmore just dropped out–there will be no undercard, so all six remaining candidates (Trump, Cruz, Carson, Rubio, Bush, and Kasich) will be on the same stage.

The debate will be on CBS at 9:00 p.m. ET.  I’m still on the road, so I can’t liveblog it, but feel free to comment on it and to talk about it here.

Details about the debate after the jump.

From Republican debate: What time, what channel, live stream | www.ajc.com:

When: Saturday, Feb. 13

Where: Greenville, S.C.

What time: 9 p.m. (ET)

Hosted by: CBS News and the Wall Street Journal

Airs on: CBS. Click here to find the station in your  area.

Live stream:  Click here for a live stream of the debate.

Moderators: John Dickerson, “Face the Nation” anchor, will be the lead moderator.  CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett and Kimberley Strassel of The Wall Street Journal will also ask questions.

Who can participate: To be invited to the debate, candidates had to either place among the top five in the popular votes in the New Hampshire Republican primary; place among the top three candidates in the popular vote in the Iowa Republican caucuses, or place among the top five candidates in an average of national and South Carolina Republican presidential polls.

Who’s in: Here are the candidates participating in the primetime debate and their website links.

Donald Trump

Ted Cruz

Ben Carson

Marco Rubio

Jeb Bush

John Kasich

 

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