Tonight, seven presidential candidates will take the stage in Manchester, New Hampshire for another Democratic Presidential debate, ahead of the state’s primary. Co-hosted by ABC News, local affiliate WMUR-TV, and Apple News, the debate will likely include discussions of the Iowa caucus and President Trump’s recent acquittal.
As the second nominating contest in the 2020 election, this debate will become many of the candidates’ last opportunity to sway New Hampshire voters before heading to the polls. These participating candidates include Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren, and Andrew Yang, all of whom qualified by meeting the five percent threshold in four national or state polls outside of New Hampshire, Nevada or South Carolina or seven percent in two state polls, as well as earning contributions from 225,000 unique donors (and 1,000 unique donors from 20 states).
If you want to catch all three hours of the debate, ABC will broadcast it live, starting at 8pm ET. You can also stream it online on ABC’s website. (You don’t need a cable subscription, either.) And if you can’t watch it, don’t worry—there are two more Democratic debates taking place in February, so you’ll have plenty of time to catch up by then.