RNC reveals qual­i­fiers for fourth debate in Alaba­ma

The Repub­li­can Nation­al Com­mit­tee revealed Mon­day which can­di­dates will take the stage Wednes­day evening in the fourth pri­ma­ry debate in Alaba­ma.
Just four can­di­dates made the cut, rep­re­sent­ing a sig­nif­i­cant nar­row­ing of the field since the first debate in August, which fea­tured eight Repub­li­can com­peti­tors.
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Gov. Ron DeSan­tis (R‑FL), for­mer U.N. Ambas­sador Nik­ki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, and for­mer New Jer­sey Gov. Chris Christie were the only can­di­dates to qual­i­fy for the fourth matchup, accord­ing to a press release from the RNC.
“The fourth debate is anoth­er fan­tas­tic oppor­tu­ni­ty for our Repub­li­can can­di­dates to share our win­ning agen­da with the Amer­i­can peo­ple. Pres­i­dent Rea­gan was the first sit­ting pres­i­dent to vis­it the Uni­ver­si­ty of Alaba­ma near­ly 40 years ago, just before cruis­ing to a land­slide vic­to­ry in 1984, and I’m thrilled to return our con­ser­v­a­tive mes­sage to Tuscaloosa on Wednes­day night,” Chair­woman Ron­na McDaniel said in a state­ment.
Can­di­dates were required by the RNC to have 80,000 unique donors a …