You can watch the Democratic Debate tonight to see Bernie Sanders face off against Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is making a play to steal the spotlight tonight as well.
Here’s what you need to know about when the Democratic debate time is and how you can watch the first Democratic debate online even without a cable subscription to see where the candidates stand.
The Democratic presidential debate start time is 8:30 PM Eastern, 5:30 PM Pacific. This is not a short event as it will likely last until 11 PM Eastern according to CNN.
During this presidential Democratic debate we will see Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb, Lincoln Chafee and maybe even Joe Biden make an appearance.
You can watch the Democratic debate on your TV on CNN. You will need to check your local listings to find the channel. If you want to follow the show, but you cannot get to a TV, you can watch the Democratic debate live stream online. There is no need for a cable or satellite subscription to watch the debate online.
CNN offers a live stream for the Democratic debate starting online tonight so you can watch from your computer or you can use the CNN apps linked below to watch from your iPhone, iPad or Android.
With these apps you can watch the Democratic presidential debate live on your smartphone or tablet.
The Democratic debate takes place at the Wynn Las Vegas casino and hotel tonight October 13th.
For viewers who want to see a play-by-play of the Democratic debate, Donald Trump is live-tweeting the debate from his official Twitter account. Trump announced this morning that despite expecting a, “very boring two hours,” he will share his thoughts on what the Democratic candidates have to say.
At the request of many, and even though I expect it to be a very boring two hours, I will be covering the Democrat Debate live on twitter!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 13, 2015
Other important links to keep an eye on tonight include the official Democratic debate drinking game updated for tonight’s face off between Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and the other candidates.
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