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Fourth Democratic Primary Debate: How to see the candidates live without cable



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The three leaders are flanked by nine other Democratic presidential candidates for the fourth debate.


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If you thought 10 candidates would be fit for a busy debate period, wait until you see the number of podium finishes for the next Democratic primary debate. A total of 12 candidates will enter the stage for the fourth debate. Front runners Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be the focus, along with Hawaii's newcomer Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who cut after not qualifying for the final debate, and the hedge fund billionaire Tom Steyer, who will make his debut in the national debate.

The debate will take place Tuesday, October 15 at 8pm ET (5 PM PT) and will be featured on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Español. So watch, even if you have no cable.


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When and where does the third democratic debate take place?

Invited by CNN and the New York Times, the debate will take place on Tuesday, October 15, at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio.

Which candidates are in the debate?

Twelve candidates have qualified for the fourth debate:

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden
  • Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey
  • Mayor Pete Buttigieg from South Bend, Indiana
  • Former Housing Secretary Julián Castro
  • Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii
  • Sen. Kamala Harris of California
  • Sen. Minnesota Amy Klobuchar
  • Former MP Beto O'Rourke of Texas
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders from Vermont
  • Billionaire Tom Steyer
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
  • Businessman Andrew Yang

Who hosts the debate?

CNN moderators include Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett, as well as National New York Times editor Marc Lacey.

How can I give the democrats a livestream? Primary debate?

The debate starts at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) and is shown on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Español. You can also stream it on CNN.com and NYTimes.com and on CNN and New York Times apps for iOS and Android, and on the CNNgo app for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire ($ 41 on eBay). Chromecast and Android TV. Typically, you will need to authenticate your account to prove that you are a pay-TV subscriber to stream CNN. The debate, however, is streamed for free.

Cable cutters can also track the debate with a live TV streaming service . Each of the main services listed below has CNN, but only Hulu with live TV offers both CNN en Español and CNN International. FuboTV also offers CNN International.

Other Important Information About Live TV Streaming Services:

Note CNET may receive some of the revenue from the sale of the services offered on this site.

AT & T Watch TV costs $ 15 per month per month – or free for certain AT & T mobile subscribers – and includes CNN, but not CNN International or CNN Español.

The plans for Sling TV Blue and Orange include CNN but do not offer CNN International or CNN en Español. The plans cost $ 25 per month, but are discounted to $ 15 for the first month.

Hulu with live TV costs $ 45 a month and includes CNN and CNN International. The Español add-on package for $ 4.99 a month includes CNN and Español.

YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes CNN, but not CNN International or CNN en Español.

PlayStation Vue's basic $ 50-per-month access plan includes CNN, but not CNN International or CNN en Español.

AT & T TV's $ 50 Plus Basic Plus package includes CNN, but not CNN International or CNN en Español.

FuboTV costs $ 55 a month and includes CNN, but not CNN en Español. The $ 6-per-month add-on for Fubo Extra includes CNN International.

Originally published earlier and updated with current information.


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