The stakes are high for the 2020 candidates participating in the October Democratic debate. View information on when and how to watch the debate, along with the list of participants and moderators.
Twelve top White House contenders will take part on Tuesday in the first Democratic debate since the launch of an impeachment inquiry into Republican President Donald Trump’s efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate leading rival Joe Biden.
The fourth Democratic presidential debate — which will actually have more candidates onstage than September’s — will be on Tuesday, October 15, at 8 pm ET at Otterbein University, outside of Columbus, Ohio, and broadcast by CNN.
Tonight there will be 10. After the first two debates, which each featured 20 candidates spread over two nights, 10 contenders will take the stage on this evening for the third Democratic primary debate. The Democratic National Committee raised the thresholds for polling and fundraising to qualify for the third debate, which has halved the number of participants.
The third Democratic debate of the 2020 presidential election cycle will air live nationwide Thursday beginning at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT. The debate hosted by ABC News in partnership with Univision is the first of the Democratic primary season to be held on one night, with eligible candidates whittled to 10 for the face-off at Texas Southern University in Houston.
One night only. For the first time, the 2020 Democratic presidential debate field has been culled to the point that all 10 qualifiers can compete on a single stage on the same night here on Thursday.
All of the top contenders in the 2020 Democratic presidential race will be on the same stage for the first time Thursday night when they meet for the party's third primary debate.
On Thursday night, the third Democratic debate will be the first to put all the major Democratic candidates on one stage together. But among the 10 candidates, only three have been consistently registering frontrunner status in the polls: Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
The Democratic National Committee made it official on Thursday – as media partner ABC News formally unveiled the list of White House hopefuls who’ve qualified for the upcoming third round of presidential primary debates.
After two debates that spanned two nights and included 20 candidates, the third Democratic debate will cut those numbers in half.
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