The planned debate between Florida Gov. Rick Scott and incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson has been canceled.
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CNN, which was to host the debate, announced the news Wednesday afternoon.
The debate was originally scheduled for October 16 but postponed because of Hurricane Michael.
Neither campaign could agree on a makeup date, CNN said.
Scott had wanted October 25, but Nelson wanted October 21 -- before early voting.
Early voting in Florida officially takes place between October 27 and November 3 throughout the state, but some counties start as early as Monday, October 22.
A scheduled debate between gubernatorial candidates Rep. Ron DeSantis and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum will still go on, CNN said. It's slated for 8 p.m. EDT Sunday and will take place at the Tampa River Center.