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    Watch Live: Hillary Clinton And Bernie Sanders Debate Tonight – How, When To Watch

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    Tonight, Thursday, February 11, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will once again debate. This time, the two candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination will travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Here's everything you need to know about how and when to watch, and what to expect.


    Tonight, Thursday, February 11 is the seventh Democratic Debate of the 2016 race.

    The debate is scheduled to begin at 9:00 PM EST.


    The debate will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.


    Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will be debating. 

    PBS and YouTube are sponsoring the debate.

    PBS NewsHour's co-anchors and co-managing editors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will moderate tonight's debate.


    Starting at 9:00 PM PBS will broadcast the debate. CNN will also be carrying the debate live. You can also watch right here, below, via YouTube. 

    You can watch on your TV by tuning in to either your local PBS channel or CNN. CNN International and CNN en Español will also simulcast the event. 

    You can also watch via PBS online or CNNgo, and on your mobile devices.

    Some NPR radio stations will carry the debate as well.


    Expect topics tonight to range from the recent debate over endorsements, including from the Congressional Black Caucus PAC of Hillary Clinton and former NAACP chair Ben Jealous of Bernie Sanders. Issues surrounding race and income inequality are certain to take center stage, along with conversation on Clinton's dramatic loss in New Hampshire, and the upcoming caucuses in Nevada and primary in South Carolina.

    Also, the crisis in Flint, Michigan, campaign finance reform, and, after yesterday's disappointing Supreme Court announcement, climate change.


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

    Also, I'll be tweeting my personal thoughts and likely, cheering or challenging 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.



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


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