This will be Ramaswamy’s first presidential town hall with a national television news network. Set to be moderated by NewsNation’s chief Washington anchor Leland Vittert, the event will be presented in front of a live audience, with additional questions from viewers in New Hampshire and Iowa.
Those interested in submitting a question can do so here.
The event will be shown live on NewsNation at 9 p.m. ET/ 8 p.m. CT Monday.
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In the early months of the campaign, Ramaswamy’s numbers have soared in the polls, after he initially registered at around 0%. Some recent surveys have shown him in third place for the presidential nomination behind frontrunner former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
A Morning Consult poll updated Tuesday has Ramaswamy at 8%. While that’s nowhere near Trump’s 59%, and half of DeSantis’ 16%, it’s still well above other candidates such as former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, each at 3%, per Morning Consult.