BALTIMORE – The second of two debates hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus (search) and Fox News Channel (search) will be held on Oct. 26 in Detroit, the Congressional Black Caucus announced Monday.
The CBC's Political Education and Leadership Institute (search) teamed up with FNC earlier this month to hold a debate at Morgan State University (search) in Baltimore, a traditionally black college. It was the first time all the candidates then competing in the race appeared together in a live prime-time debate.
The Oct. 26 debate, however, will include the 10th candidate to join the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination — retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark (search), who jumped into the contest after the first CBCI-Fox News debate aired. The other nine candidates signed up to attend the Detroit debate before the first forum was held.
Fox News Channel, which operates FoxNews.com, is owned by News Corp., and can be seen in 82 million homes.