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Oct 16 2019
On Tuesday night, CNN and The New York Times hosted a Democratic debate in Westerville, Ohio that saw Elizabeth Warren on the firing line after her recent jump to the top of some national polls.
Several in the media thought Bernie Sanders bounced back by addressing health concerns after a recent heart attack, and receiving an endorsement from "The Squad." Several in the media alsoWashington Times New York Times (News) Reuters
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Nov 21 2019
Ten Democrats took the stage in Atlanta on Wednesday night with less than three months to go before the Iowa caucuses.
In a night that competed with an ongoing impeachment process, the candidates talked about what they could do after January 20, 2021. Many analysts say there were no real game-changing moments during the debate.National Review NPR (Online News) CNN (Online News)
Feb 26 2020
Seven Democratic candidates for president debated in Charleston, South Carolina on Tuesday night in what has been described as a chaotic evening, as rivals tried to upstage frontrunner Bernie Sanders.
Candidates were also battling over black voters in South Carolina in efforts to reach a diverse base.The Guardian The Hill New York Post (News)
Feb 08 2020
Democratic candidates for president squared off in their final debate before the New Hampshire primary on Friday, touching on a wide range of issues and electability arguments. Among the candidates that faced the most scrutiny were Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg, the top finishers in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucus. The debate was hosted by ABC News and took place in Manchester, N.H.National Review FiveThirtyEight Washington Post
Sep 22 2019
The decision to move forward with impeaching President Donald Trump continues to cause rifts within the Democratic party. While some high-profile Democrats including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (CA) have been reluctant with formal impeachment proceedings, more progressive Dems including Rep. Alexandria Oscasio-Cortez (NY) are pushing forward on impeachment, and have been critical of Pelosi andHuffPost Fox News (Online News) Christian Science Monitor