The commission on presidential debates said it will announce changes to the presidential debate format after seeing how Tuesday night’s presidential debate went.
A longtime debate moderator in Wisconsin hopes the next debate looks more like the ones put on in the state.
Since 2014, the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association has allowed moderators to cut the mics when people went over time or couldn’t follow the rules.
Jill Geisler, a former broadcaster and leader in news media, said she hopes the commission on presidential debates will put in more measures to maintain the purpose of these debates.
“It isn’t an entertainment program,” she said. “It isn’t wrestling. It’s about education. It’s about communication, and it should be about civility. And if you have to enforce the civility and the fairness by using