Watch: Michigan GOP governor candidates in the final debate before the Aug. 2 primary

With less than a week to go until the field of Republicans hoping to take leadership of the state, Michigan GOP candidates will have one final chance to make sure their positions on the issues are known during the last debate. 

Michigan Republican candidates Tudor Dixon, Ryan Kelley, Ralph Rebandt, Kevin Rinke, and Garrett Soldano are the remaining five GOP candidates from a once-crowded field. All five took part in the final GOP debate Wednesday. Watch it above on this page.

Michigan primary and general election: Key dates to know ahead of voting

It was the third and final debate of the GOP leaders ahead of the Michigan Primary on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Wednesday's debate took place at the UWM Sports Complex Auditorium in Pontiac and is being hosted by the Oakland County GOP.

Five leading candidates including James Craig and Perry Johnson, were blocked from the ballot after signatures were found to be fraudulent.

Catch up on all of FOX 2's Midterm coverage here.

Wednesday's debate was moderated by WJR’s Kevin Dietz & Tom Jordan & USA Today’s Ingrid Jaques.

Michigan Republicans for Governor will take part in the final GOP debate on Wednesday, July 28. Background: The elephant, a symbol of the Republican Party, on in a rug in the lobby of the Republican Party's headquarters in Washington. (Photo by Brook