The three Democratic candidates (Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O'Malley) are planning to take the floor for one last time this year as the Third Democratic Debate of 2015 will occur on Saturday, December 19, 2015. It will be broadcast on ABC this time, but here is how to Livestream or watch the event online.
So what will the three candidates talk about? Considering that there have been two high-profile mass shootings since the last debate on November 14th, with the lone gunman at Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs (November 27) as well as the December 2 shooting in San Bernardino, it is definitely something that people are going to want to hear.
According to Bustle, they will probably discuss climate change, terrorism, as well as gun control. Climate change is also going to be something discussed with the big climate change agreement made in Paris. All three candidates will also talk about their stances in foreign policy in relations to recent announcements that President Obama has made about ISIS. A recent Huffington Post and Pollster poll shows that Clinton is leading with 55 percent of support, with Sanders in second at 31.9 percent, and Martin O'Malley in third with 3.1 percent.
The third Democratic presidential debate will be taking place in Manchester, New Hampshire, on December 19th at about 8 PM Eastern Time (7 PM CT). This means that if you are on the Pacific Coast, you will have to watch it at 5 PM. It will be broadcast by ABC News in partnership with the New Hampshire Union Leader and Saint Anselm College, which is where the event is being televised.
If you want to LiveStream or Watch Online, this is a possibility. According to the Observer, anyone with an Internet connection should be able to stream the debate for free on multiple platforms. ABC News is going to stream the debate, and it can also be streamed for free on the ABC News mobile app. It is also available on Apple TV, Roku, and the Xbox One.
The official hashtag for the event will be #YourVoiceYourVote. The debate will be moderated by ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir and chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. The Twitter handles of the moderators are: @DavidMuir and @MarthaRaddatz .
The 3rd Democratic Debate will be the last presidential debate of the year, and then it really gets heated during the presidential race of 2016. The Fox Business Network will host the sixth Republican debate on Thursday, January 14 at the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center in North Charleston, South Carolina, two days after President Barrack Obama's last State of the Union address. The Fourth Democratic Debate will be on January 17, 2016, in Charleston, SC, sponsored by NBC news, Congressional Black Caucus Institute, and the South Carolina Democratic Party.