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Offline mystery-ak

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Members petition Democratic chairman to hold presidential debate on climate change
By Rachel Frazin - 06/07/19 05:56 PM EDT

More than 50 members of the Democratic National Committee are reportedly asking Chairman Tom Perez to hold a presidential debate on climate change after the governing body rejected repeated requests from Democratic presidential hopeful and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to host one.

According to HuffPost, the petition's signatories plan to collect more signatures before submitting the resolution for official consideration at a DNC meeting later this month.

The outlet notes that Perez can reject the request, which aims to put pressure on the DNC over the issue.

"The first several DNC Presidential Debates should be focused on Climate Change issues and solutions," the resolution says, according to HuffPost. The letter also calls for Democratic candidates to be permitted to debate climate change through other forums if the DNC chooses not to sponsor a debate.

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What's to debate? The 2020 nutbars all believe the earth will end in less than 12 years.  I guess they can debate how much they want to confiscate from citizens. :shrug:
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Oh, by all means, do!
Sit 'em in a circle.
With 20 plus contenders they can have a mass debate....
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