Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren to face off in third Democratic debate

Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren to face off in third Democratic debate

Bernie Sanders; former Vice President Joe Biden; Massachusetts Sen. Kamala Harris and Vermont Sen.

The debate promises to be dramatic since ABC News and Univision are only hosting the ten highest-polling candidates, unlike CNN and NBC who split their debates into 2 nights to accommodate the large field. Kirsten Gillibrand and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who have since dropped out. What time is the debate starting and how can you watch it on TV?

When, where is the Democratic debate?

Debate Time: The debate will begin at 8 p.m. Viewers should stock up on provisions - it's slated to run for three hours.

Hosted by ABC News in partnership with Univision, each candidate will have 1 minute, 15 seconds to respond to questions from moderators George Stephanopoulos, David Muir, Linsey Davis and Jorge Ramos, and 45 seconds to respond to follow-up questions and rebuttals.

Joe Biden is losing steam ahead of the third primary debates as the same amount of registered Democratic voters said in a poll released Wednesday that they would vote for Elizabeth Warren as Biden. Cory Booker, Minnesota Sen.

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Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren to face off in third Democratic debate

After praising Warren's ideological commitments and her efforts to increase consumer protections in the financial sector, Rendell takes his fellow Democrat to task for "trying to have it both ways" by claiming independence from high-dollar donors while surreptitiously relying on them.

It appears Harris has lost her post-debate boost - where she fell right behind behind Biden in one poll where she earned 20 per cent to his 22 per cent. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Corey Booker, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Michael Bennet, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, author Marianne Williamson and former Maryland Rep. John Delaney.

ABC also noted there will be opening statements, but not closing statements.

As noted above, this is the first time that all the top candidates will share a debate stage on the same night so the potential for fireworks is prominent.

A live-stream of the debate will be available on this ABC station's website. NBCNews.com will live-blog throughout the night, offering live updates, fact checks and analysis. Candidates have to reach the same criteria as Thursday's debate to qualify, but the field is already looking bigger.

As Vox notes, every candidate who qualified for tonight's debate is automatically qualified for the October debate as well.


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