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When is the Next Democratic Debate Between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton? March Schedule, Start Time, Live Stream and TV Channel

( [email protected] ) Mar 06, 2016 10:48 AM EST
The March 9 Democratic debate will be presented by three networks. Univision News announced the next meeting of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will air live on Univision in Spanish and simulcast in English on both CNN and Fusion. The DNC-sanctioned debate will start at 9 p.m. ET, at Miami Dade College's Kendall Campus, according to Adweek.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and rival candidate U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders speak simultaneously at the NBC News - YouTube Democratic presidential candidates debate in Charleston, South Carolina January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Randall Hill

The next Democratic presidential debate is scheduled tonight. See it live starting 8 pm Eastern. It will take place in Flint, Michigan, a city that is now under water crisis. The debate will be aired on CNN. For live stream, it will be available at CNN.com

On other hand, the March 9 Democratic debate will be presented by three networks. Univision News announced the next meeting of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will air live on Univision in Spanish and will simulcast in English on both CNN and Fusion. The DNC-sanctioned debate will start at 9 p.m. ET, at Miami Dade College's Kendall Campus, according to Adweek.

As for the March 9 debate moderators, Univision's Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos will be in the middle of discussions together with Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post.

In the "Super Saturday" primaries, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders grabbed a pair of significant caucus victories, winning by double-digit margin in Nebraska and Kansas.  However, he still trails behind Clinton by a considerable margin in the count of delegates allocated to each candidate.

Clinton, on other hand, had a big win in the primary election in Louisiana. The former First Lady had 71.1 percent of the vote on that state, compare to 23.2 percent for Bernie Sanders.

After Saturday's polls, Clinton is expected to have 632 pledged delegates, putting her more than 26 percent of the way to the 2,383 required to win the nomination. For Sanders, he lags behind with 441, which is only 18.5 percent of what he needs to get the party's presidential nomination. Take note that these estimates do not include the "superdelegates" -- Democratic elected officials that are free to support whoever they want.

According Inquisitr, Sander needs to take every advantage he can get to send his "political revolution" message and prove that it is not just a symbolic gesture. The Vermont Senator has a huge impact among younger voters, gaining the support of a whopping 65% of those 18-34 years old, compared with 28% for Clinton. However, that voting group only makes up 11% of the voters. 

"Hillary Clinton is in very good shape," Michael Traugott from the Center for Political Studies at the University of Michigan told in USA Today.

For the next The Republican debate, it will happen on March 10 at the University of Miami. It will be broadcasted live on CNN, and expect to see the four remaining Republican hopefuls -- Donald Trump, Donald Trump, John Kasich, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. 

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