Republican presidential candidates will make one last appearance at the Mesa Arts Center in Arizona. It has been 27 days since their last debate, which was the 19th presidential debate. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney attended a CNN-Republican party in Florida and won significant votes from residents of Florida and Nevada. On the contrary, House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who had an amazing success in South Carolina, declined. It will be interesting to see what Gingrich will say Wednesday night at the debate to win over more votes.
Colorado, Minnesota, and Missouri showed Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania who their favorite was. The senator increased his votes significantly in the contests that took place February 7.
The GOP debate Wednesday night may leave a valuable impression on the public, depending on what the senators will say and how they will handle situations. This debate could significantly affect candidates positively or negativitely in the ranking system, so they should be ready and plan before speaking. "The stakes are enormous, not just because there's been no debate for a month, but also because no more are scheduled before Super Tuesday," CNN's Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley said. "For Gingrich, Paul, Santorum and Romney, this may be the last chance to make another impression."
Primaries in Arizona and Michigan will take place Tuesday and other 10 states are still up for primaries on March 6. This debate offers one last chance for the candidates to state their opinions before state primaries and the contest in Washington state on March 3. The public and senators will have to wait to see what happens in the next primaries and know who they're up against. Senators will need to focus on strategy and planning to win the candidacy.
The question every citizen should ask is, have the people seen enough debating to make a decision of who they are leaning towards?