With less than three months before the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire primary, the time is right for the Democratic president to hope to make his case to the American public. Ten candidates will take the stage on Wednesday for the fifth Democratic primary debate. The top runners Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be in the center, flanked by Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang and four others.
The debate will take place on Wednesday, November 20 at 9 PM ET (6 p.m. PT) and will be shown on MSNBC. Here's how to look even if you don't have cable.
When and where is the fifth democratic debate?
Hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post, the debate will take place on Wednesday, November 20 at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
What candidates are being discussed?
Ten candidates have qualified for the fifth debate:
- Former Vice President Joe Biden
- Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey
- Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana
- Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii
- Sen. Kamala Harris of California
- Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota
- Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont
- Billionaire Tom Steyer
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
- Entrepreneur Andrew Yang
There will be two fewer candidates on stage in this debate than in the last. Former Housing Secretary Julián Castro failed to qualify this time, and former Texas Congressman Beto O & # 39; Rourke dropped out of the race. Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick just announced that he is running for president but too late to qualify for this debate.
To qualify for the fifth debate, candidates had to hit 3% in four approved ballots or 5% in two early state ballots plus bring money from at least 165,000 unique donors, including 600 individual donors from 20 states.
Who moderates the debate?
Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, Kristen Welker and Ashley Parker will be your moderators.
How can I live stream the democratic primary debate?
The debate begins at 9 PM ET and will be shown on MSNBC. You can also stream it for free on MSNBC.com and washingtonpost.com as well as NBC News and The Washington Post mobile apps.
Cord cutters can also watch the debate with a live TV streaming service
Other Things to Know About Live TV Streaming Services:
MSNBC is part of the $ 5 monthly supplement for News Sling Blue, which costs $ 25 per month but is currently discounted to $ 15 for the first month .
Hulu with Live TV costs $ 45 per month and includes MSNBC.
YouTube TV costs $ 50 per month and includes MSNBC.
FuboTV costs $ 55 per month and includes MSNBC.
AT&T TV Now's basic $ 65-month Plus package includes MSNBC.
Originally published earlier this year and updated with current information.