Sanders and Clinton will face off for the second time in 4 days.
By Noah Weiland
When is the next Democratic presidential debate?
The next Democratic presidential debate is Wednesday, March 9 in Miami. It’ll be the second time Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton meet in four days, and their eighth debate of the primary election. Univision and the Washington Post host this debate.
The debate takes place at Miami Dade Community College, advertised as the “nation’s largest campus-based institution of higher learning and the most diverse.” Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush both announced their 2016 campaigns at MDC. The school started with 1,400 students and now has more than 165,000.
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What time is the debate?
The debate begins at 9 p.m. EST.
How can I watch it?
Univision will broadcast the debate in Spanish. It will be simulcast in English on CNN and Fusion.
Who will moderate the debate?
Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision and Karen Tumulty of the Post are moderating.
What has changed since the last debate?
Both Clinton and Sanders will be digesting the results of primary elections in Michigan and Mississippi. Other than that, and given that the last debate was Sunday night, not too much.
When is Florida’s primary?
The debate occurs six days before Florida’s primary on March 15, when 214 delegates will be given out. With several big wins in the South already, Clinton has a substantial lead over Sanders in state polling.
When is the next Democratic debate?
The Democratic National Committee has not yet specified the details of the ninth Democratic debate.
When is the next Republican debate?
Republicans also meet next in Miami. On Thursday, CNN hosts the debate at the University of Miami. Jake Tapper will moderate.