The two candidates in what has become among the most-watched contests this cycle made the announcement Friday afternoon.
The debate schedule kicks of next Friday, Sept. 21, at Southern Methodist University in Dallas with a debate focused on domestic policy issues.
On Sunday, Sept. 30, the two candidates will come together at the University of Houston for a town hall with an expected audience of at least 250.
The road show concludes on Oct. 16 in San Antonio for a moderated debate that is supposed to feature a mix of foreign and domestic policy questions.
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