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PoliticsHere is what the Democrats who didn't make the debate stage will be doing those nights

13:30  18 june  2019
13:30  18 june  2019 Source:   cnn.com

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Here 's who will take the stage on the first night : And these are the candidates debating on the second Here is who didn ' t qualify for the debate : What the candidates are saying: Based on public information, it had been clear for days that Bullock, Moulton and Messam were the three candidates

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Here is what the Democrats who didn't make the debate stage will be doing those nights© Steve Pope/Getty Images NEWTON, IA - MAY 17: Democratic presidential candidate Montana Gov. Steve Bullock speaks during a campaign stop at a coffee shop on May 17, 2019 in Newton, Iowa. Bullock is doing a multi-day swing of Iowa on his first visit to the state as a presidential candidate. (Photo by Steve Pope/Getty Images)

What do you do when you aren't invited to the party?

That is the question three presidential candidates -- those of Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton and Miramar, Florida, Mayor Wayne Messam -- have to answer ahead of the first Democratic debates later this month because the three Democrats did not qualify to be on stage with the 20 other Democratic contenders.

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But these eight Democrats risk appearing like they are skating onto the debate stage because of a really If that didn ’ t do the trick, the final tie-breaking measure would be the number of donors, in Note: Only polls that meet the Democratic National Committee’s criteria are included in these graphics.

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Bullock's strategy: Go to the early states.

Bullock plans to hit both Iowa and New Hampshire while the entire Democratic political world is in Miami, his spokeswoman told CNN on Tuesday, headlining events and televised townhalls in both key early states.

Bullock, on Wednesday, will hold a televised town hall in Iowa hosted by WHO Channel 13 and moderated by Iowa journalist Dave Price.

He will then travel to New Hampshire on Thursday and headline a televised town hall hosted by WMUR.

Both events will air locally before the actual Democratic debate.

"I'm excited to be on the ground in Iowa and New Hampshire next week, talking directly to voters about the issues that matter most to them," Bullock said in a statement. "I've won in a Trump state because I've showed up and listened to voters where they are -- and that's exactly what I'll do at these town halls and for the next 230 days until the first voters express their preference."

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On Thursday, 20 Democrats qualified for the first of the Democratic presidential debates — but three major candidates missed the mark. Moulton has previously acknowledged that he wouldn' t make the debate stage .

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Moulton will take a different tact and head to Miami anyway, despite not making the debate stage.

That strategy has clear benefits: Miami will be a media circus and Moulton, who is already a frequent guest on cable TV, will be able to get a sizable amount of media coverage despite not being on the debate stage.

But it takes Moulton away from the key early states and highlights the fact that he won't be on the stage with the other Democrats.

Even still, missing the debate stage -- and raising questions about the debate process -- has been good for Moulton.

"On Thursday the DNC told us we wouldn't be part of the first debate," Moulton spokesman Matt Corridoni said last week. "On Friday we had our biggest fundraising day since launch."

A Messam spokeswoman did not respond to CNN's request for comment when asked what their campaign would be doing on both nights of the debates.

But Messam, in an interview with the South Florida Sun Sentinel, said that he will be in Miami during the first night of debates, in order to appear on MSNBC, but has not determined what he will do on the second night of debates.

"I'm not one of the candidates you'll see on the town halls yet. I'm still waiting for my invitation," Messam said Monday at an event in Washington about the June debates. "But I'll continue to press forward."

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