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Watch Democrats Debate in Detroit

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Tonight – Tuesday, 29 July – at the Fox Theater in Detroit, MI, the first night of the second round of debates among the Democratic presidential primary candidates will start at 7PM Central Standard Time, and conclude around 9:30PM CST. The debates will be held two days, 29 and 30 July, beginning the same time both nights.

The debates will air live on CNN, CNN International, and CNN en Español at 8 p.m. Eastern each night.

They’ll also stream live, without requiring log-in to a cable provider, on CNN.com, CNN’s apps for iOS and Android, and via CNNgo apps for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, and Android TV.

The moderators for the CNN debates will be Dana Bash (Chief Political Correspondent), Don Lemon (CNN’s Tonight anchor), and Jake Tapper (Chief Washington Correspondent, and State of the Union anchor).

Here are the candidate lineups each night:
Tuesday, July 30
• Steve Bullock
• Pete Buttigieg
• John Delaney
• John Hickenlooper
• Amy Klobuchar
• Beto O’Rourke
• Tim Ryan
• Bernie Sanders
• Elizabeth Warren
• Marianne Williamson

Wednesday, July 31
• Michael Bennet
• Joe Biden
• Bill de Blasio
• Cory Booker
• Julián Castro
• Tulsi Gabbard
• Kirsten Gillibrand
• Kamala Harris
• Jay Inslee
• Andrew Yang

The rules for second series of Democratic nominee debates are:
• Candidates will be given 60 seconds to respond to a moderator-directed question, and 30 seconds for responses and rebuttals.

• Colored lights will be used to help the candidates manage their remaining response times: 15 seconds = yellow; 5 seconds = flashing red; no time remaining = solid red.

• A candidate attacked by name by another candidate will be given 30 seconds to respond.
There will be no show of hands or one-word, down-the-line questions.

• A candidate who consistently interrupts will have his or her time reduced.

Questions posed by the moderators will appear on the bottom of the screen for television viewers.


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