In this Oct. 23, 2015 photo, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush speaks during a presidential candidate forum at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
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Republican presidential candidates have agreed on a series of demands giving them greater control of debates, as the party's frustrated 2016 class works to inject changes into the nominating process.Representatives from more than a dozen campaigns met behind closed doors for nearly two hours Sunday night in suburban Washington, a meeting that was not expected to yield many results given the competing interests of several candidates.Bennett suggested that campaigns could boycott debates to get their way.The party said the 2012 debate schedule promoted too much fighting among candidates, so for 2016, the RNC dramatically reduced the number of debates for this election and played a leading role in coordinating network hosts and even moderators, in some cases.The RNC has sanctioned five debates after the caucuses.
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