Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Schedule - TV & Online Viewing

Tue Sep 15, 2015 14:06:45PM
Senator Sanders speaking at a rally in New HampshireBy: MichaelVadon

The 2016 nomination debate schedule has been released and there will be six debates recognized by the Democratic National Committee. The first four debates have been secured and the final two debates have hosts, but do not have specific dates set as of this posting.

All of the debates will be nationally televised and will also be available online at the hosts official website.

**This page will be updated when the final two debates are announced.**

Upcoming Democratic Debates

  • Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2016
  • Host: Univision, The Washington Post
  • Time: DBT
  • Viewing Options: Univision,

Previous Democratic Debates

  • Date: Sunday, March 6, 2016
  • Host: CNN
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • Viewing Options: CNN,

  • Date: 2/11/2016
  • Host: PBS
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET
  • Viewing Options: PBS,

  • Date: 2/4/2016
  • Host: MSNBC
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET
  • Viewing Options: MSNBC,

  • Date: 2/3/2016 (Town Hall - not sanctioned by DNC)
  • Host: CNN
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • Viewing Options: CNN,

  • Date: 1/17/2016
  • Host: NBC/Congressional Black Caucus Institute
  • Viewing Options: NBC,

  • Date: 12/19/2015
  • Host: ABC
  • Viewing Options: ABC,

  • Date: 11/14/2015
  • Host: CBS
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET
  • Location: Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa
  • Viewing Options: CBS,

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What is the point of a Democrat debate. The press will do little more than bend over backwards to keep from offending Mrs Clinton. Any republican with half the baggage she carriers has been raked over the coals. I have questions about the qualificataions of candidates on both sides. The question about the former secretary though,? revolve around her actions and the deaths of Americans, which kind of elevates that discussion in my mind, and her response or lack of, and her forthrightness with us all. As someone who swore off party politics a dozen years ago, if Clinton looses this year, what does the lack of competition against her say about all the deversity of the Democrats. Does a truely diverse party speak with one voice all the time, or just when the front runner is a Clinton with all the money and power? I'm serious as an independent. Is the former Secretary the only thing the part has to offer as it's front runner once again, and is loosing ground by the day to Bernie Sanders?
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Come on Anderson let Sanders have the same amount of time as Clinton!
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you can't spell so your credibility is also at stake