Will Chris Christie win the September 27, 2023 Republican Presidential debate?
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A GOP Presidential debate will be held on September 27, 2023.

This market resolves to YES if Chris Christie wins the debate, according to CNN.com. Otherwise, it resolves to NO.

The most prominently featured article about the debate, linked from the homepage and posted the day after its conclusion, will be used as reference. "Live updates" about the debate are excluded. If the article covers "5 winners and 5 losers" or something similar, then Christie must be listed first (or last, if the order is counting down) in the list of winners. As long as he is referred to as the sole or the most prominent winner, the reason is irrelevant, even if all he did was meet expectations and even if he didn't attend.

If CNN does not post any articles about the debate on September 28, 2023, if none of the articles about the debate offer an opinion as to who won or lost, or if the debate is cancelled, then the market resolves to N/A.

NOTE: By these criteria, Nikki Haley was the winner of the August 23, 2023 debate and, if such a market had existed, that market would have resolved to YES.


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RESOLUTION: The word "winner" was not used in referring to Christie during any articles about the debate. The articles covered Christie's criticism of Trump in a neutral tone, but also heavily criticized Christie's sexual comments regarding Joe Biden's wife. As a result, this market resolves to NO.

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RESOLUTION: The word "winner" was not used in referring to Christie during any articles about the debate. The articles covered Christie's criticism of Trump in a neutral tone, but also heavily criticized Christie's sexual comments regarding Joe Biden's wife. As a result, this market resolves to NO.

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