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History of Presidential Debates at Dartmouth

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For more than 25 years, Dartmouth has been hosting events for presidential candidates. Whether staging the first-ever presidential "talk show" debate in 1984, co-moderated by syndicated TV talk show host Phil Donahue, or presenting town meeting-style forums for the Republican and Democratic candidates just one day apart in 1999, Dartmouth has been giving its students, faculty, staff, and the local community a firsthand view of the democratic process. As Dartmouth prepares to host its sixth presidential candidates' event, a Republican debate on October 11, 2011, we share a look back at previous presidential events on campus.

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Last updated: 10/09/11