Now that Super Tuesday has ended, the results posted on the New York Times reveal that Hilary Clinton is in the lead over Bernie Sanders. The debate will take place on March 6 in Flint, MI, which has a lot of big issues involving water and gun control, and it is three days away from the Michigan primary. This is what is known about the next Democratic Debate Start Time and Date, as well as how to live stream or watch online.
According to MLive, the seventh Democratic debate will take place at 8 PM on March 6, at the Whiting Auditorium. It will be broadcasted on CNN, and those that want to live stream or watch the debate online can just go to cnn.com and check CNN Live TV around that time to see it.
At this time, we are down to two candidates with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and The Flint Journal and MLive is the local media partners for the debate. Moderators will be CNN's own Anderson Cooper, with Don Lemon asking questions as well. Some questions will also be asked by local Michigan residents as well.
Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have had a lot to say about Flint, Michigan. Clinton visited Flint in early February, calling what happened in Flint "immoral" from a pulpit of the House of Prayer Memorial Baptist Church. She has also aired an ad about the crisis in Michigan, which was titled "This City Means Something" and the 60-second ad can be viewed here. Sanders has also spoken about the issue as well, calling for Governor Rick Snyder's resignation.
CNN reveals that the issue of gun violence could also come up at the debate. Flint, MI is about two hours away from the site of Kalamazoo, MI, which has incidences of high-profile gun violence.
The next DNC-sanctioned debate is Wednesday, March 9 at 9 PM ET, at Miami Dad College's Kendall campus. A recent report from TV Newser states that the March 9 Democratic debate will air live on three networks. The primary one will be CNN and then Fusion, a network that CNN owns along with ABC. It will also be broadcast on Univision. Moderating the debate will be Univision's own Maria Elena Salinas with Jorge Ramos, as well as the Washington Post's Karen Tumulty.
As for the Republicans, they have been putting out several debates per month, and March is no exception. The March 3rd debate does have a set broadcast time at 9:00 ET in Detroit Michigan. After that, the next Republican debate after that will be at the University of Miami, Florida, from CNN on March 10. The next Republican debate after that will be in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 21.