CNN was supposed to hold a GOP debate on March 1st, just days away from Super Tuesday. That plan fell apart yesterday after Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, and Rick Santorum pulled out of the debate leaving only Newt Gingrich. CNN cancelled the debate and it appears as though we could soon be finished with the debates all together. According to the NY Times:

CNN, in a statement, said that “without full participation of all four candidates,” it would not hold a Super Tuesday debate.

That means next Wednesday’s debate in Mesa, Ariz., will be the 21st of the race so far, and the candidates and their staff members — particularly Mr. Romney’s — have grumbled about their frequency. But now, the primary season of debates may finally be coming to an end.

So we will have had 21 debates total. Do we need anymore? Do you even care about the debates? Let us know in today's LFN Poll of the Day.