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All but one of the Republican presidential candidates have agreed to take part in an unconventional YouTube debate, overcoming scheduling conflicts and concerns about its seriousness.
Democrats and Republicans readily acknowledge they don't like the increasing front-loading of their party primaries, but few think it will affect the chances of their leading presidential front-runners next year.
The majority of Republican presidential candidates are backing off their objections to participating in the unconventional YouTube debate.