REPORT: Another 2020 hopeful qualifies for Democratic debate stage in October


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Billionaire investor Tom Steyer has qualified for the fourth Democratic presidential debate in October.

Steyer entered the Democratic primary after the second debate in July and missed the deadline to qualify for the third primary debate in September. He has spent millions of his own money on ads to catch up to some of the more established candidates, spurring accusations that he bought his way into the race.

The article goes on to state the following:

Steyer barely missed a spot in the September debate, falling one qualifying poll short. At the Aug. 28 deadline, Steyer had amassed more than 130,000 individual donors and had hit 2% support among Democratic voters in three qualifying polls.

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