Seems like it, based on how the Washington Examiner put it:
Republicans have scheduled ten presidential primary debates ahead of next year’s elections. Democrats, on the other hand, have limited the number of debates between their party’s candidates to just six.
This has put the Democratic National Committee in a bit of a bind. Its leaders want to have fewer debates, so that the odds are enhanced of reaching the preordained outcome — a victory by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. To that end, they have not only scheduled fewer debates, but they have scheduled them mostly outside of the primary season and on days when people are unlikely to watch.