Once again, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will go head-to-head on Feb. 11 at the PBS NewsHour Democratic debate. Since each candidate has had a big win, they’re both desperate to get ahead for the Nevada caucus. Watch the debate for yourself, right here.
The Feb. 11 Democratic debate is a huge opportunity for Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74, to convince the caucus voters of Nevada to put them in the lead. Both candidates have each won one major victory, so this third primary election event will give one of them a much-needed boost. Watch the live stream of the big night, right here!
Nevada, here they come! Bernie and Hillary will face off yet again on Feb. 11 at the next Democratic debate. This one is hosted by PBS NewsHour partnered with Facebook, but will also air on CNN. The pair will go head-to-head for the sixth time at 9pm ET in Milwaukee, at the Helen Bader Concert Hall at the University of Wisconsin. Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will be moderating the event. Stream it right here so you don’t miss any of the action.
This debate will be a big deal for both candidates. Hillary won the first caucus in Iowa but a minuscule margin, and Bernie won the first primary in New Hampshire by a landslide. With each candidate having one major win under their belt, they’re both desperate to clinch another to put them ahead. This debate will be their last chance to convince Nevada voters that they’re the best person for the job, so they better pull out all the stops to get ahead.
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