GOP Debate
The remaining four GOP presidential candidates will face off in Miami, Florida on 10 March.Reuters

It's that time again. The remaining four Republican candidates will meet for the 12th time on 10 March for a GOP debate in Miami, Florida. The debate comes on the heels of several wins by frontrunner Donald Trump on 8 March, as all four candidates prepare for the upcoming primaries on 15 March.

The upcoming races in several states, including Florida, will be particularly important for Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Ohio Governor John Kasich, who will face must-win competitions in their home states. Recent polls reveal Trump continues to lead in Florida, by as much as 23 points in a poll by Fox News, but appears to be losing ground in Ohio, where Kasich has eked a 5 point gain.

Prior to the 15 March primaries, the candidates will vie for support of voters on 12 March in Washington DC, where there are 19 delegates up for grabs, and Wyoming, where there are 26. Three days later, five states—Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio—will put 358 delegates at stake.

When and Where

The GOP debate will begin broadcasting live at 8.30pm EST/1.30am GMT from the University of Miami in Miami, Florida. The CNN-sponsored debate, which is co-sponsored by The Washington Times, will be moderated by CNN Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper. Additional questions will be delivered by CNN Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash, Salem Radio talk-show host Hugh Hewitt and The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan.

How to Watch

The debate, held less than a week before the all-important 15 March primaries, will be available on two main platforms. CNN will broadcast the debate live and will live stream the debate on its website. The next GOP debate, which will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, is slated for 21 March.

IBTimes UK will begin live coverage of the debate at 8.30pm EST/1.30am GMT.