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- CNN was trying to reschedule a debate that was postponed because of response to Hurricane Michael.
The final debate between Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and his challenger, Republican Gov. Rick Scott, is being cancelled.
CNN was trying to reschedule a debate that was postponed because of response to Hurricane Michael, but the network announced Wednesday that it pulled the plug when the candidates couldn't agree on a new date.
Nelson agreed to debate Oct. 21, the day before in-person early voting started in several Florida counties. Scott agreed to debate Oct. 25.
It was supposed to be the second of two debates before the Nov. 6 election, with the first coming earlier this month on NBC 6's sister station Telemundo 51.