Tonight Watch Live! All Three Democratic Candidates Take Questions From Iowa Voters In CNN Town Hall


A Democratic presidential town hall will be aired live tonight – here's how to watch!

Tonight, Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley, and Bernie Sanders will sit down with CNN's Chris Cuomo one-on-one and speak with voters ahead of next week's Iowa caucuses. 

It will not be a standard debate format, rather, each candidate will have the opportunity to make their case and respond to questions individually. It is the last major event all three will attend together before the Iowa primary February 1.

For 30 minutes the candidates will appear on stage, starting with Senator Bernie Sanders, then former governor Martin O'Malley, and finally, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The event begins at 9:00 PM EST, and ends at 11 PM. You can watch on CNN on cable TV, or on your mobile device via CNNgo, which requires a cable subscription to log in.

If you don't have a cable subscription or can't access CNNgo, you can still see the debate via Sling TV, as Heavy reports.There is a fee but there is also a free trial period.

Use and follow the hashtag #DEMforum on Twitter and Facebook. 

Also, I'll be tweeting my personal thoughts and likely, responding to some of the candidates' comments. Follow me on Twitter at @davidbadash, and for breaking news and analysis, always follow The New Civil Rights Movement on our Facebook page and on Twitter at @newcivilrights.

Her's CNN's promotional video, which (to me) sounds a bit like the intros to Battlestar Galactica:



Image of Hillary Clinton by by Gage Skidmore via Flickr and a CC license
Image of Bernie Sanders by Alex Hanson via Flickr and a CC license