The top seven Democratic presidential candidates will appear on stage in Los Angeles Thursday night in the sixth debate of the year.
Tonight marks the smallest debate lineup yet for the 2020 Democratic presidential primary as the Democratic National Committee continues to raise the polling and fundraising thresholds to qualify.
Which candidates will be there?
Joe Biden, former vice president
Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Ind.
Amy Klobuchar, senator from Minnesota
Bernie Sanders, senator from Vermont
Tom Steyer, business executive and activist
Elizabeth Warren, senator from Massachusetts
Andrew Yang, entrepreneur and philanthropist
The debate will be moderated by Judy Woodruff, anchor of PBS NewsHour; Amna Nawaz, PBS senior national correspondent; and Yamiche Alcindor, PBS White House correspondent. They will also be joined by Politico’s chief political correspondent, Tim Alberta.
How to watch
The debate is set to begin at 8 p.m. ET and last around three hours. It is co-hosted by PBS NewsHour and Politico and will take place at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
The debate will be televised on PBS and CNN, livestreamed online at PBS.org, PBS NewsHour, politico.com, and CNN.com, and available on many of the news organizations’ social, mobile and live-TV streaming apps. You can also listen to the debate on SiriusXM channels 116, 454, and 795. A youtube link to watch can be found here.