When the 2012 primary campaign was hot, thousands of Power Line readers joined us at Power Line Live to follow the action and cheer on their favorites. When the presidential debates ensued, thousands more cheered our guy, Mitt Romney.
Since then, with a few exceptions–like the 2014 election–Power Line Live has gone dark.
But no longer. Tomorrow, the GOP presidential contenders will gather for two “debates,” i.e., joint public appearances. The main event will include the current top ten in the polls, while the preliminary show will feature the rest of the field, including such luminaries as Carly Fiorina, Rick Perry and Bobby Jindal. Who knows? Our next president may come from that group.
So: plan to sign in to Power Line Live tomorrow. The preliminary event begins at 5:00 Eastern, the main debate at 9:00 Eastern. To get into Power Line Live, click on the “Live” link above or simply click here.
You will be asked to log in. Logging in is easy. When you arrive at Power Line Live, you’ll be invited to enter a nickname. Enter anything you like, but keep it civil, of course. You’ll instantly be in the chat!
You can also click the button that says “Log in or sign up now!” This lets you use your Facebook account to log in. In this case, you won’t have to pick a nickname; we’ll get it from your Facebook profile. Click the Facebook logo, and then authorize Facebook to connect with chat. Once you do this, you’ll be in the chat.
See you tomorrow evening.